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Indigenous robotics technology in nuclear industries (Paper No. 039)

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Abstract

Robots are essential for material handling, stripping, fitting, welding and other operations in a hazardous environment as exits in nuclear industries. Adoptivity of the equipment to environment to carry out remote activity, accuracy of the performance and quality are the primordial considerations for selection of such types of robots. The essential features of a typical robot are described in this paper. As a first step towards development of such a robot, a six-axis multipurpose robot developed in Central Workshops, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, is also described in this paper. (author). 2 figs.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1987
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
CONF-8702169-
Reference Number:
AIX-20-029899; EDB-89-056226
Resource Relation:
Conference: Symposium on indigenous nuclear equipment, Bombay, India, 11 Feb 1987
Subject:
42 ENGINEERING; ROBOTS; NUCLEAR INDUSTRY; CONTROL SYSTEMS; FABRICATION; MANIPULATORS; REMOTE HANDLING EQUIPMENT; SPECIFICATIONS; EQUIPMENT; INDUSTRY; LABORATORY EQUIPMENT; MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT; 420203* - Engineering- Handling Equipment & Procedures
OSTI ID:
6477132
Country of Origin:
India
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
Pages: 9
Announcement Date:
May 13, 2001

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Citation Formats

Challappa, S, and Guha, S. Indigenous robotics technology in nuclear industries (Paper No. 039). India: N. p., 1987. Web.
Challappa, S, & Guha, S. Indigenous robotics technology in nuclear industries (Paper No. 039). India.
Challappa, S, and Guha, S. 1987. "Indigenous robotics technology in nuclear industries (Paper No. 039)." India.
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title = {Indigenous robotics technology in nuclear industries (Paper No. 039)}
author = {Challappa, S, and Guha, S}
abstractNote = {Robots are essential for material handling, stripping, fitting, welding and other operations in a hazardous environment as exits in nuclear industries. Adoptivity of the equipment to environment to carry out remote activity, accuracy of the performance and quality are the primordial considerations for selection of such types of robots. The essential features of a typical robot are described in this paper. As a first step towards development of such a robot, a six-axis multipurpose robot developed in Central Workshops, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, is also described in this paper. (author). 2 figs.}
place = {India}
year = {1987}
month = {Jan}
}