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Sophie21:
Greetings to everyone,
So I will cut straight to the point; I am willing to build a bipedal walking robot for my final year engineering project. I am still stuck with the basics and in need to some orientation. My first step in making this robot is the "mathematical design"; I need to know what torques are required, measurements of the legs, how actually does the system work and all! I am in quest for an interactive very basic orientation. If anyone could point to a nice book or anything else, I will be very grateful.

Thank you all for considering this request.  :)

waltr:
Can't suggest a book but there has been a bit of discussion on these forums that may be helpful.

Sophie21:
Okay, thank you!

Soeren:
Hi,


--- Quote from: Sophie21 on October 24, 2012, 02:12:09 PM ---So I will cut straight to the point;

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Thank you, thank you, thank you ;D



--- Quote from: Sophie21 on October 24, 2012, 02:12:09 PM ---If anyone could point to a nice book or anything else, I will be very grateful.

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I'll point you to some nice electrons instead...

Two Danish writeups (in English of course):
projekter.aau.dk/projekter/files/9776436/report.pdf
www.aaubot.aau.dk/Reports/09gr1031%20MScThesis.pdf

And two MIT-"papers":
http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/leglab/robots/m2/docs/paluska-masters-m2.pdf
http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/leglab/robots/m2/docs/allens-masters-m2.pdf

Study all four and you should be well equipped to plan out your own project (and deprived of a lot of sleep ;)).

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