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Computational Simulation on Facial Expressions and Experimental Tensile Strength for Silicone Rubber as Artificial Skin

Applications of robotics have become important for human life in recent years. There are many specification of robots that have been improved and encriched with the technology advances. One of them are humanoid robot with facial expression which closer with the human facial expression naturally. The... Full description

Kongresse: International Conference on Nuclear Technologies and Sciences 2017 2017.10.12-2017.10.12 Makassar, ID
ICoNETS 2017 2017.10.12-2017.10.12 Makassar, ID
International Conference on Nuclear Technologies and Sciences 2017.10.12-2017.10.12 Makassar, ID
ICoNETS 2017 2017.10.12-2017.10.12 Makassar, ID
Contained in: Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Online) Vol. 962 (2018), p. 012025/1-9
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ISSN: 1742-6588
Additional Keywords: ANATOMIE
CODIERSYSTEM
HUMANOID-ROBOTER
KUENSTLICHE-HAUT
MARKIERUNGSMASCHINE
RANDBEDINGUNG
RECHNERUNTERSTUETZTE-SIMULATION
ROBOTER
SILICON:POLYMER
SILICONKAUTSCHUK
ZUGFESTIGKEIT
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/962/1/012025
Notes: Copyright: Metadaten: TEMA, Copyright WTI-Frankfurt eG
Copyright: (C) Alle Rechte beim Herausgeber
Physical Description: 9 Seiten, 12 Quellen
ID (e.g. DOI, URN): 10.1088/1742-6596/962/1/012025
PPN (Catalogue-ID): WTI058636617
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