CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION DE METODOS COMPUTACIONALES
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
Multibody Mechatronic Systems
SERGIO PREIDIKMAN; ALBERTO CARDONA; MARTÍN PUCHETA; ROGELIO HECKER
Año: 2020 p. 360
The International Symposium on Multibody Systems and Mechatronics (MuSMe 2021) will be the seventh event of a series that started in 2002 as a joint activity of the FeIbIM Technical Commission for Mechatronics (currently, Robotics and Mechanisms) and the IFToMM Technical Committees for Multibody Dynamics, and Robotics and Mechatronics. The MuSMe 2020 Conference was planned as an in-person meeting to be held in Córdoba, Argentina, in October 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Organizing Committee postponed its realization to October 2021. The MuSMe International Symposium is a conference initiative to bring together researchers from the broad array of disciplines referring to multibody systems and mechatronics.Modern systems can be considered as integrated systems that can be properly studied, designed, and operated using mechatronics viewpoints, but considering the multibody architecture from the outset results in systems that are physically more realistic and accurate. In particular, the aim of the MuSMe Symposium is to exchange views, opinions, and experiences, and stimulate integration between mechatronics and multibody systems disciplines, a forum to facilitate communication, understanding, and the sharing of ideas and experience between researchers and students.This first volume of the proceedings of the MuSMe 2021 Conference contains 39 papers written by the authors from all around the world, submitted and evaluated in 2020, covering several aspects of the wide field of mechatronics. The contributions address mainly to synthesis of mechanisms and robots, kinematics, static and dynamic analysis, control of mechatronic systems, mechatronic systems for assistive technology and rehabilitation, modeling and simulation, prototypes, andexperimental validations.The proceedings can be of interest to researchers, graduate students, and engineers specializing in or working with mechatronics. We believe that the reader will take advantage of these papers and that they will increase his or her motivation for teaching and researching mechatronic systems.