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Climbing and Walking Robots

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Climbing and Walking Robots
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070308
Number of pages: 508

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Topics: Technologies and Applications for Climbing Robots Locomotion and Adhesion; Mechanical Synthesis for Easy and Fast Operation in Climbing and Walking Robots; Stair Climbing Robots and High-Grip Crawler; Locomotion Analysis of Hexapod Robot; Biohybrid Walking Microrobot with Self-Assembled Cardiomyocytes; etc.

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