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Bakker, D.L. (author)
Continuum manipulators are high degree of freedom structures that can use their increased degrees of freedom to navigate through an environment with obstacles. This type of manipulator is underactuated, which make them promising for adapting to their environments. However, current research is mainly focused on accurate positioning and obstacle...
master thesis 2013
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Bakker, J.P. (author)
The current method of minimally invasive harvesting the sural nerve in infants takes too much time. To reduce harvesting time a new Minimally Invasive Nerve Dissector (MIND) was designed. The MIND reduces instrument change by combining the two most used functions of the currently used instruments: firstly, the movement of the graft with the hook...
master thesis 2012
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Bakker, N.M. (author)
Background Inaccuracy in the measurement of the angle of strabismus is an important cause of reoperations in strabismus surgery. The current methods to estimate the angle of strabismus have limited accuracy, the duration of the test is long and a high level of cooperation of the patient is required. To alleviate this the Delft Assessment...
master thesis 2010
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Bakker, N.H. (author)
This report summarizes the result of a graduation project on the behaviour of a harbour tugmaster and his tug. First, research is described which has been conducted into the behaviour of a tugmaster. Based on this study a model has been developped to generate realistic tracks of a tugboat. This can be used to generate automatic tugboat...
master thesis 1995
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