CHEWING-CYCLE TRAJECTORY PLANNING FOR A DENTAL TESTING CHEWING ROBOT

Guifei Wang, Ming Cong, Xiang Ren, Haiying Wen, Wenlong Qin

References

  1. [1] W. Singhatanadgit, P. Junkaew, & P. Singhatanadgid, Effect of bidirectional loading on contact and force characteristics under a newly developed masticatory simulator with a Dual-Direction loading system, Dental Materials Journal, 35(6), 2016, 952-961.
  2. [2] S.D. Heintze, How to qualify and validate wear simulation devices and methods, Dental Materials, 22(8), 2006, 712-734.
  3. [3] Y. Wu, P. Cathro, & V. Marino, Fracture resistance and pattern of the upper premolars with obturated canals and restored endodontic occlusal access cavities, Journal of biomedical research, 24(6), 2010, 474-478.
  4. [4] M. Ghazal, B. Yang, K. Ludwig, & M. Kern, Two-body wear of resin and ceramic denture teeth in comparison to human enamel, Denture Materials, 24, 2008, 502-507.
  5. [5] P. Bicudo, J. Reis, A.M. Deus, L. Reis, & M.F. Vaz, Performance evaluation of dental implants: An experimental and numerical simulation study, Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 85, 2016, 74-83.
  6. [6] Y. Bai, J. Zhao, W. Si, & X. Wang, Two-body wear performance of dental colored zirconia after different surface treatments, Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 116(4), 2016. 584-590.
  7. [7] K. Alemzadeh, & D. Raabe, Prototyping artificial jaws for the bristol dento-munch robo-simulator; a parallel robot to test dental components and materials, 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Lyon, France, 2007, 1453-1456.
  8. [8] D. Raabe, K. Alemzadeh, A. Harrison, & A. Ireland, The chewing robot: a new biologically-inspired way to evaluate dental restorative materials, 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 2009, 6050-6053.
  9. [9] G.F. Wang, M. Cong, W.L. Xu, H.Y. Wen, & J. Du, A biomimetic chewing robot of redundantly actuated parallel mechanism, Industrial Robot, 42(2), 2015, 103-109.
  10. [10] H.Y. Tang, D. Zhang, &S. Guo, Kinematics analysis of a novel 2r1t parallel mechanism, International Journal of Robotics and Automation, 33(2), 2018,127-140.
  11. [11]X.L. Shan, G. Cheng, Kinematic analysis and parameter optimization for a novel 2(3hus+s) parallel hip joint simulator, International Journal of Robotics and Automation,32(4),2017,379-386.
  12. [12]Y.Z. Zhao, H.N. Yu, & J. Zhang, Kinematics, dynamics and control of a stabilized platform with a 6-RUS parallel mechanism, International Journal of Robotics and Automation, 32(3),2017,283-290.
  13. [13] M.B. Villamil, L.P. Nedel, C.M. Freitas, & B. Macq, Simulation of the human TMJ behavior based on interdependent joints topology, Comput Methods Programs Biomed, 105(3), 2012, 217-32.
  14. [14] E. Tanaka, & J.H. Koolstra, Biomechanics of the temporomandibular joint, Journal of dental research, 87(11), 2008, 989-991.
  15. [15] X.Y. Wang, P. Xu, J. Potgieter, & O. Diegel, Review of the biomechanics of TMJ, 2012 19th International Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice, Auckland, New Zealand, 381-386.
  16. [16] T. Ogawa, M. Ogawa, & K. Koyano, Different responses of masticatory movements after alteration of occlusal guidance related to individual movement pattern, Journal of oral rehabilitation, 28, 2001, 830-841.
  17. [17] W.L. Xu, D. Lewis, J.E. Bronlund, & M.P. Morgenstern, Mechanism, design and motion control of a linkage chewing device for food evaluation, Mechanism and Machine Theory, 43(3), 2008, 376-389.
  18. [18] E. Garcia, M.M. Leal, & M.B. Villamil, Modeling and Simulation of Masticatory Muscles, Procedia Computer Science, 51, 2015, 2878-2882.
  19. [19] T. Brown, Mandibular movements, Monographs in oral science, 4, 1974, 126-150.
  20. [20] D.J. Neill, P.G. Howell. Kinesiograph studies of jaw movement using the commodore pet microcomputer for data storage and analysis, Journal of Dentistry, 12(1), 1984, 53-61.
  21. [21] W.L. Xu, J.S. Pap, & J. Bronlund, Design of a biologically inspired parallel robot for foods chewing,IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 55(2), 2008, 832-841.
  22. [22] W.L. Xu, J. Bronlund, & J. Kieser, Choosing new ways to chew: a robotic model of the human masticatory system for reproducing chewing behaviors, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 12(2), 2005, 90-100.
  23. [23]Q.K. Yu, G.L. Wang, & T.Y. Ren, An efficient algorithm for inverse kinematics of robots with non-spherical wrist, International Journal of Robotics and Automation ,33(1), 2018,45-52.
  24. [24]L. Wang, C.M. Luo, A hybrid genetic tabu search algorithm for mobile robot to solve as/RS path planning, International Journal of Robotics and Automation,33(2), 2018, 161-168.

Important Links:

Go Back