Damien Chablat applies his multidisciplinary studies on Artificial intelligence and Algorithm in his research. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Algorithm and Artificial intelligence. His study in Screw theory extends to Robot with its themes. He frequently studies issues relating to Robot and Screw theory. He integrates Parallel manipulator and Robot end effector in his research. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Robot end effector and Parallel manipulator. His Control theory (sociology) study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Control (management). Control (management) and Control theory (sociology) are commonly linked in his work. Damien Chablat undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Kinematics and Classical mechanics in his work.
Damien Chablat is investigating Robot as part of his Parallel manipulator and Workspace and Robot study. His Workspace study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Robot. His Geometry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Singularity, Cartesian coordinate system and Orientation (vector space). His Kinematics study is within the categories of Parallel manipulator and Inverse kinematics. Damien Chablat performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Inverse kinematics and Kinematics via his papers. Damien Chablat links relevant scientific disciplines such as Gravitational singularity and Singularity in the realm of Mathematical analysis. His Mathematical analysis research extends to the thematically linked field of Gravitational singularity. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Artificial intelligence and Algorithm in his work. He integrates Algorithm and Artificial intelligence in his research.
Many of his studies on Geometry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Singularity and Inverse. His study on Epistemology is interrelated to topics such as Mechanism (biology) and Property (philosophy). His research on Mechanism (biology) often connects related topics like Quantum mechanics. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Quantum mechanics and Motion (physics). He integrates Motion (physics) with Kinematics in his study. By researching both Kinematics and Screw theory, Damien Chablat produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Epistemology research extends to the thematically linked field of Property (philosophy). Damien Chablat conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Classical mechanics and Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry). Damien Chablat integrates Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry) and Classical mechanics in his studies.
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Architecture optimization of a 3-DOF translational parallel mechanism for machining applications, the orthoglide
D. Chablat;P. Wenger.
international conference on robotics and automation (2003)
Stiffness analysis of overconstrained parallel manipulators
Anatoly Pashkevich;Anatoly Pashkevich;Damien Chablat;Philippe Wenger.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2009)
A new simple dynamic muscle fatigue model and its validation
Liang Ma;Damien Chablat;Fouad Bennis;Wei Zhang.
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics (2009)
Enhanced stiffness modeling of manipulators with passive joints
Anatoly Pashkevich;Anatoly Pashkevich;Alexandr Klimchik;Alexandr Klimchik;Damien Chablat.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2011)
Parametric stiffness analysis of the Orthoglide
Félix Majou;Félix Majou;Clément Gosselin;Philippe Wenger;Damien Chablat.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2007)
Working modes and aspects in fully parallel manipulators
D. Chablat;P. Wenger.
international conference on robotics and automation (1998)
Kinematic Analysis of a New Parallel Machine Tool: The Orthoglide
Philippe Wenger;Damien Chablat.
An Interval Analysis Based Study for the Design and the Comparison of 3-DOF Parallel Kinematic Machines
Damien Chablat;Philippe Wenger;Félix Majou;Jean-Pierre Merlet.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2004)
Stiffness modeling for perfect and non-perfect parallel manipulators under internal and external loadings
Alexandr Klimchik;Alexandr Klimchik;Damien Chablat;Anatol Pashkevich;Anatol Pashkevich.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2014)
Non-singular assembly-mode changing motions for 3-RPR parallel manipulators
Mazen Zein;Philippe Wenger;Damien Chablat.
Mechanism and Machine Theory (2008)
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