Characterization parameters for a three degree of freedom mobile robot
Fitzgerald, Jessica L.
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Control and Navigation logic was developed for a 3-Degree of Freedom Surf-Zone Robot to assist in the identification and characterization of platform parameters for use in the Shuey Dynamic Model. These parameters included, primarily platform rotational inertia and wheel slip. Data was collected in various track scenarios including benign flat terrain and more complicated beach runs. Track lengths spanned short straight paths of no more than 10 meters to full-run point-to-point autonomous navigation paths of up to 80 meters. The longer runs included turns of up to 180 degrees and terrain inclines of 2 degree or less. As expected the Shuey model proved reliable for short runs of no more than 10 meters. For long length runs in the beach environment the Dynamic Model diverged quickly. This is attributed to, primarily, wheel slip conditions and the fact that the Shuey Model is open loop. Motor current was monitored under load conditions to identify wheel slip and simple algorithms were implemented to account for this with little success. However, closed loop heading input resulted in significant improvement to the model.
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