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Valentijn, Maurice (author)
The objective of this thesis is to show that warping can be used in a thin-walled beam to create a suitable replacement for a classical differential mechanism. This normally negated deformation of the cross section can be used to create an inverse transmission mechanism, used to create a monolithic and simple alternative to a classic...
master thesis 2020
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Huisjes, Ad (author)
Current multi-DoF compliant manipulators are still rarely implemented in the industry because their range of motion (ROM) is limited as their designs are heavy and bulky or obtained by a serial set of multiple stacked flexure systems, which limits their compactness. The goal of this article is to overcome these limitations by considering them as...
master thesis 2020
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Giuffre, Lola (author)
Otosclerosis is a bone disease of the middle ear that often causes conductive hearing loss. This type of hearing loss can be treated by implanting a prosthesis, which replaces the stapes bone and attaches to the adjacent bone: the incus. Current stapes prostheses produce excellent hearing results, however the procedure is difficult to perform...
master thesis 2018
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Leemans, Joost (author)
Compliant shell mechanisms utilize spatially curved thin-walled structures to transfer or transmit force, motion or energy through elastic deformation. To design with spatial mechanisms designers need non-linear characterization methods. This work introduces a comprehensive non-linear characterization method and framework which is experimentally...
master thesis 2018
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Vieveen, Sander (author)
Background: Delft University of Technology has developed two working prototypes of flexible instruments for surgery, together with a master-slave system. The master-slave system is compatible with the simple parallel cable configuration and the more complex parallel and diagonal cable configuration. It is assumed that the instrument with a...
master thesis 2018
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Van Bracht, S. (author)
Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) often require tuning to correct for fabrication errors such as changed dimensions or to adapt for a different scenario such as changed temperature. To prevent continuous power consumption for maintaining system behavior, a locking system can be added which does not require any power during operation. A new...
master thesis 2015
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