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Studies On The Design Of Bricklaying Machine

Studies On The Design Of Bricklaying Machine

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Title: Studies On The Design Of Bricklaying Machine
Author: Sinada, Mohammed Kamal Abdeen
Abstract: Robotics is the sciences of robots’ studies robots are machines that performance tasks some robot needs for human instructions while some other robots can work independently. Robotics is branch of engineering that intersect with the concept of electronics, computer science, artificial intelligent and mechanical engineering where it deals with design manufacturing and operating robots. Computer vision is one of the fields of computer sciences it concerns on teaching the machine how to process and understand the concept of images of real environment and extract information from which decision are made according to prescribe programming. Construction and building instruction is one of the important industries in the world and has high costs construction and building is one of the industries that involves a big number of working forces. The working force is faced by many difficulties and risks which restrict their performance such as working under weather conditions and carrying heavy weights. Based on the technological revolution robots’ employment into the field of construction. Through this project we aim to study how to design a bricklaying machine that is capable to build a 2 m length x 1 m height wall and describe the required tools to complete this project and also to simulate the design to provide an illustration about the physical implementation. In the early phases of this project a survey on the under laying technologies and similar projects has been done. Then a typical design was proposed and then simplified to be suitable for the scope of the project. The main objective of the project was met, also the limitations were been documented and the future work to overcome these limitation was suggested.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25799
Date: 2017


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