INVESTIGATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF WALL THICKNESS ON MAGNETIC ADHESION FOR WALL CLIMBING ROBOTS

Jaise Jose,∗ Dinakaran Devaraj,∗ Ramya Manthanam Mathanagopal,∗ Kuppan Chetty Ramanathan,∗ Mohammad O. Tokhi,∗∗ and Tariq P. Sattar∗∗

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