Dynamics of Mobile Manipulators using Dual Quaternion Algebra

Frederico Fernandes Afonso Silva, Juan José Quiroz-Omaña, Bruno Vilhena Adorno

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Abstract

This paper presents two approaches to obtain the dynamical equations of mobile manipulators using dual quaternion algebra. The first one is based on a general recursive Newton-Euler formulation and uses twists and wrenches, which are propagated through high-level algebraic operations and works for any type of joints and arbitrary parameterizations. The second approach is based on Gauss's Principle of Least Constraint (GPLC) and includes arbitrary equality constraints. In addition to showing the connections of GPLC with Gibbs-Appell and Kane's equations, we use it to model a nonholonomic mobile manipulator. Our current formulations are more general than their counterparts in the state of the art, although GPLC is more computationally expensive, and simulation results show that they are as accurate as the classic recursive Newton-Euler algorithm.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Mechanisms and Robotics
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Publication statusPublished - 12 Apr 2022

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