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References STEWART, D.: A Platform with Six Degrees of Freedom, Proc. Instn. Mech. Engrs 80 (1965), 371-386. ZANG, C.—SONG, S.: Forward Kinematics of a Class of Parallel (Stewart) Platforms with Closed-Form Solutions, International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1991. ZHUANG, H.—YAN, J.—MASORY, O.: Calibration of Stewart Platforms and Other Parallel Manipulators by Minimizing Inverse Kinematic Residuals, Journal of Robotic Systems 15 (1998), 395-405. HARIB, K.—SRINIVASAN, K.: Kinematic and Dynamic Analysis of Stewart Platform-Based Machine Tool

characteristics parallel manipulators possesses wide range of applications where these properties are of primary importance while a limited workspace is acceptable. The most common application of this type is undeniably in flight simulation. Flight simulation is originally proposed in Stewart (1965). This mechanism is commonly denoted as the “Stewart platform” and it was first proposed by Gough. Therefore, this mechanism is known as the Gough-Stewart platform. Figure 1 Gough Stewart Platform with notation The limitation of parallel manipulators is that they may lead to singular

) Optimal design of Stewart platforms based on expanding the control bandwidth while considering the hydraulic system design, Journal of Zhejiang University, Vol.10(1), 22-30. 8. Weng Ch., Xu Z. (2013), Track-position and vibration control simulation for strut of the Stewart platform, Applied Physics and Engineering, Vol.14(4), 281-291. 9. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17308956/differences-betweenhard- real-time-soft-real-time-and-firm-real-time (10.09.2014) 10. http://www.buddyrc.com/new-power-xl-9hm.html (12.03.2014) 11. http://www.ece.uah.edu/corses/ee426

. Robotics International of SME. [11] Dwarakanath, T.A., Bhaumick, T.K., Venkatesh, D. (1999). Implementation of Stewart platform based force-torque sensor. In Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems (MFI ’99) : IEEE/SICE/RSJ International Conference, 15-18August, 1999, 32-37. [12] Ranganath, R., Nair, P.S., Mruthyunjaya, T.S., Ghosal, A. (2004). A force-torque sensor based on a Stewart platform in a near-singular configuration. Mechanism and Machine Theory , 39 (9), 971-998. [13] Nguyen, C., Antrazi, S., Zhou, Z. (1991). Analysis and implementation

References 1. Luo, Z.-H., Y.-D. Wei, X.-J., Zhou et al. Research on Variable Input Washout Algorithm for Stewart Platform Vehicle Simulator. – Journal of Zhejiang University (Engineering Science), Vol. 47 , 2013, No 2, pp. 238-243. 2. Dong, Y., C. Xu, J. Tang et al. Design and Test Research of Washout Filter for 6-DOF Platform. – Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 46 , 2010, No 3, pp. 53-58. 3. Telban, R. J., W. Wu, Cardullo. Motion Cueing Algorithm Development: Initial Investigation and Redesign of the Algorithm. NASA, 2000. 4. Wang, X. L., L. Li, W. H

interval analysis, Mechanism and Machine Theory   40 (2): 151-171. Gough, V. and Whitehall, S. (1962). Universal tire test machine, Proceedings of the 9th International Technical Congress F. I. S. I. T. A., London, UK , Vol. 117 , pp. 117-135. Hansen, E. (2004). Global Optimization Using Interval Analysis , Marcel Dekker, New York, NY. Hubert, J. and Merlet, J.-P. (2008). Singularity analysis through static analysis, Advances in Robot Kinematics, Batz/mer, France , pp. 13-20. Innocenti, C. (2001). Forward kinematics in polynomial form of the general Stewart platform

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considering the example of the Stewart platform, Solid State Phenomena , 220/221, 479-484. 10. Hecht M. (2009), Wear and energy-saving freight bogie designs with rubber primary springs: principles and experiences, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit , 223(2), 105-110. 11. Herwig A., Bruhwiler E. (2011), In-situ dynamic behaviour of a railway bridge girder under fatigue causing traffic loading, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering

-2228. [21] Masory, O., Wang, J. (1995). Workspace evaluation of Stewart platforms. Advanced Robotics, 9 (4), 443-461. [22] Zhang, D., Gao, Z. (2012). Multi-objective performance optimization of a parallel robotic machine tool. In IEEE/ASME International Conference on Mechatronics and Embedded Systems and Applications (MESA), July 8-10, 2012. IEEE, 154-159. [23] Coppola, G., Zhang, D., Liu, K.F. (2014). A 6-DOF reconfigurable hybrid parallel manipulator. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 30 (2), 99-106. [24] Chi, Z., Zhang, D., Xia, L., Gao, Z. (2013