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Concept of an autonomous disassembly system using behavior-based robotics

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Abstract:

Automatic disassembly of disused products into parts is important for high-level recycling. Analysis of a disassembly process in contrast to an assembly process suggests that disassembly is easier than assembly and that it can be performed by a robot with appropriate behaviors, such as to look for parts, to turn a hexagon counterclockwise and to make a loosened part looser. The disassembly process for unknown simple mechanical products is simulated using a set of behaviors of a robot. A concept of an autonomous disassembly system is proposed using behavior-based robotics with help of other control methods and appropriate design of products.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/156855397X00317

Affiliations: 1: Kumamoto Prefecture Industrial Research Institute, Higashi-machi, Kumamoto 862, Japan 2: Gazi University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Industrial Engineering Department, 06570 Maltepe, Ankara, Turkey

Publication date: 1996-01-01

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