Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2021
Volume: 16
Issue: 3
Page No. 102 - 115

Analysis of the Stress-Strain State of the Spatial Parallel Manipulator Used in Military Robotic Systems of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Authors : M. Serkpaev, M. Shleiko, A. Ryspaev, T. Sultanov, G. Tlepieva, N. Ibraev and T. Karbaev

Abstract: n modern conditions, military robotics remains one of the priority branches of science and technology. Similar to the combat arms, modern combat robots are divided into three groups: ground, flying and floating. The most complex in design and combat use are ground robots. According to their functional purpose, ground military robots are divided into reconnaissance, combat, engineering and rear. By the degree of automation, robotic machines can be remotely controlled, autonomous (operate according to a program installed in the on-board computer) and also combined. Military robots differ in size, list of tasks, chassis design, hull configuration. The most intensive development of ground-based military robots is being conducted in the USA, Israel, Russia and some other countries.

How to cite this article:

M. Serkpaev, M. Shleiko, A. Ryspaev, T. Sultanov, G. Tlepieva, N. Ibraev and T. Karbaev, 2021. Analysis of the Stress-Strain State of the Spatial Parallel Manipulator Used in Military Robotic Systems of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 16: 102-115.

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