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2006 Mahatma Gandhi University M.Sc Electronic Science Robotics Question paper

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2006 Mahatma Gandhi University M.Sc Electronic Science Robotics Question paper
M.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION, AUGUST 2006

Second Semester

Branch – Electronics

ME 202 – ROBOTICS

Time : Three Hours Maximum : 75 Marks

Part A

Answer any six questions.

1. What is meant by precision? Illustrate with an example.
2. Define and explain work envelope.
3. What are the joint variables?
4. Explain the working of an absolute optical encoder.
5. Explain the working of a Force sensor.
6. With a diagram explain a device for sensing the magnitude and direction of slip.
7. Explain Teach-In approach of Robot programming.
8. What is homogeneous coordinate representation? Illustrate.
9. Explain the principle of spot welding using Robots.
(6 X 2 = 12 marks)

Part B

Answer any three questions.

10. How do you classify Robots? Explain in detail.
11. Explain the construction and working of a stepper motor.
12. Discuss the important characteristics of a Robot level language.
13. Compare various programming methods of Robots.
14. Explain the arm equations of a Robot.
(3 X 5 = 15 marks)

Part C

Answer all questions.

15. (a) Explain various types of joints.
Or
(b) With diagrams explain various types of Robots.
16. (a) Explain the working of following sensors:-
(i) Incremental optical encoder.
(ii) Touch sensor.
(iii) Proximity sensor.
Or
(b) Describe the construction, working and characteristics of DC motors employed as actuators.
17. (a) (i) What are the important capabilities of a standard language used for programming of Robots?
(ii) Explain link coordinate system and its parameters.
Or
(b) Explain Denavit-Hartenberg representation of Robot coordinates.
18. (a) Explain the following industrial applications of Robots:-
(i) ARC welding
(ii) Die-casting.
Or
(b) Write short notes on :
(i) Tool configuration.
(ii) Coordinate frames.
(iii) Selection of Robots.
(4 X 12 = 48 marks)



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