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Research and teaching using a hydraulically-actuated nuclear decommissioning robot

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Research and teaching using a hydraulically-actuated nuclear decommissioning robot. / West, C.; Burrell, T.; Montazeri, A.; Monk, S. D.; Taylor, C. J.

2015. Abstract from International Conference on Systems Engineering 2015 , Coventry, United Kingdom.

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West C, Burrell T, Montazeri A, Monk SD, Taylor CJ. Research and teaching using a hydraulically-actuated nuclear decommissioning robot. 2015. Abstract from International Conference on Systems Engineering 2015 , Coventry, United Kingdom.

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title = "Research and teaching using a hydraulically-actuated nuclear decommissioning robot",
abstract = "Mobile robots are used in many hazardous environments, including explosive ordnance disposal, military reconnaissance, natural disaster search and rescue, and in the nuclear decommissioning sector. This paper considers a high level supervisory control system for nuclear decommissioning robotic tasks, such as pipe cutting, remote wielding, and scanning. Hence, in addition to consideration of the kinematics, the paper presents a literature review relating to robotics in the nuclear industry. Finally, the paper comments on the use of the HydroLek/Brokk demonstrator as a tool for university teaching, undergraduate project work and for stimulating the interest of young people in engineering more generally.",
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note = "International Conference on Systems Engineering 2015 ; Conference date: 08-09-2015 Through 10-09-2015",

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PY - 2015

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N2 - Mobile robots are used in many hazardous environments, including explosive ordnance disposal, military reconnaissance, natural disaster search and rescue, and in the nuclear decommissioning sector. This paper considers a high level supervisory control system for nuclear decommissioning robotic tasks, such as pipe cutting, remote wielding, and scanning. Hence, in addition to consideration of the kinematics, the paper presents a literature review relating to robotics in the nuclear industry. Finally, the paper comments on the use of the HydroLek/Brokk demonstrator as a tool for university teaching, undergraduate project work and for stimulating the interest of young people in engineering more generally.

AB - Mobile robots are used in many hazardous environments, including explosive ordnance disposal, military reconnaissance, natural disaster search and rescue, and in the nuclear decommissioning sector. This paper considers a high level supervisory control system for nuclear decommissioning robotic tasks, such as pipe cutting, remote wielding, and scanning. Hence, in addition to consideration of the kinematics, the paper presents a literature review relating to robotics in the nuclear industry. Finally, the paper comments on the use of the HydroLek/Brokk demonstrator as a tool for university teaching, undergraduate project work and for stimulating the interest of young people in engineering more generally.

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T2 - International Conference on Systems Engineering 2015

Y2 - 8 September 2015 through 10 September 2015

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