Sridhar Kota mostly deals with Compliant mechanism, Control engineering, Actuator, Genetic algorithm and Engineering design process. Finite element method covers he research in Compliant mechanism. His Control engineering study incorporates themes from Shape optimization, Precision engineering, Miniaturization and Deflection.
The Actuator study combines topics in areas such as Systems design and Stiffness. His Genetic algorithm research integrates issues from Input/output, Discrete optimization, Network topology and Benchmark. Sridhar Kota usually deals with Engineering design process and limits it to topics linked to Systems engineering and Machine design, Industrial design, Subspace topology and Theoretical computer science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Compliant mechanism, Control engineering, Structural engineering, Actuator and Kinematics. His study in Compliant mechanism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control theory, Nonlinear system, Topology and Topology. His studies deal with areas such as Development, Machine tool, Morphing, Microelectromechanical systems and Grippers as well as Control engineering.
His work in Machine tool addresses subjects such as Screw theory, which are connected to disciplines such as Engineering drawing. His Structural engineering study which covers Mechanical engineering that intersects with Stiffness and Elastomer. In his study, Block is inextricably linked to Mechanism, which falls within the broad field of Actuator.
His main research concerns Structural engineering, Robot, Actuator, Compliant mechanism and Mechanical engineering. The various areas that he examines in his Structural engineering study include Frame, Stress, Drive shaft, Nonlinear system and Work. His Robot research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fiber and Control theory.
His Actuator study incorporates themes from Continuum, Kinematics, Surface and Mobile robot. He interconnects Ellipse, Point of interest, Block, Control engineering and Network topology in the investigation of issues within Compliant mechanism. His research in Control engineering intersects with topics in Constraint and Topology.
Structural engineering, Stiffness, Mechanical engineering, Kinematics and Deformation are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Structural engineering study are interwoven with issues in Work, Wind power, Actuator and Turbine. His Actuator research is mostly focused on the topic Soft robotics.
His work deals with themes such as Control engineering, Exoskeleton and Topology, which intersect with Stiffness. His research integrates issues of Robot, Elastomer and Finite element method in his study of Mechanical engineering. He has included themes like Class, Helix angle and Rotary actuator in his Kinematics study.
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Topological synthesis of compliant mechanisms using multi-criteria optimization
M. I. Frecker;G. K. Ananthasuresh;S. Nishiwaki;N. Kikuchi.
Journal of Mechanical Design (1997)
DESIGN OF LARGE-DISPLACEMENT COMPLIANT JOINTS
Brian P. Trease;Yong Mo Moon;Sridhar Kota.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2002)
Designing compliant mechanisms
G. K. Ananthasuresh;Sridhar Kota.
Mechanical Engineering (1995)
Reconfigurable machine tool
Yoram Koren;Sridhar Kota.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (1997)
A Metric for Evaluating Design Commonality in Product Families
Sridhar Kota;Kannan Sethuraman;Raymond Miller.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2000)
Design of Compliant Mechanisms: Applications to MEMS
Sridhar Kota;Jinyong Joo;Zhe Li;Steven M. Rodgers.
Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing (2001)
Design of Compliant Mechanisms for Morphing Structural Shapes
Kerr Jia Lu;Sridhar Kota.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2003)
Optimal Synthesis of Mechanisms for Path Generation Using Fourier Descriptors and Global Search Methods
Irfan Ullah;Sridhar Kota.
Journal of Mechanical Design (1997)
Strategies for systematic synthesis of compliant mems
G. K. Ananthasuresh;Sridhar Kota;Noboru Kikuchi.
Proceedings of the 1994 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (1994)
An Energy Formulation for Parametric Size and Shape Optimization of Compliant Mechanisms
J. A. Hetrick;S. Kota.
Journal of Mechanical Design (1999)
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