By L. Marques, A. De Almeida, M. O. Tokhi, G. S. Virk

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Bonaccorso, C. Bruno, D. Longo, G. Muscato, "Structure and model identification of a vortex-based suction cup", Proceedings of the I Jth Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots, CLAW AR 2008, 8-10 September 2008, Coimbra Portugal. G. Muscato, D. Longo (Editors), Proceedings of the Sixth International conference on Climbing and Walking robots and their Supporting Technologies CLAW AR2003, Professional Engineering Publishing, Bury St Edmunds and London, UK, September 2003 (ISBN I 86058 4098). D.

CHEMICAL == When particular chemical substances are adopted that generate adhesive forces between the robot and the surface. In some cases the real origin of these forces at a microscopic level is mechanical (since the strong friction of the adhesive is the real nature of adhesion), or electrostatic (if Van der Waals forces are exploited), or sometime pneumatic (micro suction). However for the purpose of this classification these forces are considered at a macroscopic level as chemically generated.

Zoppi, M. , "Roboclimber versus landslides: design and realization of a heavy-duty robot for teleoperated consolidation of rocky walls", IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Vol. 13, N. 23-31, March 2006. 2S. A. Daltorio, S. Garb, A. Peressadko, A. D. Harchler, R. E. D. Quinn, "A Robot that Climbs Walls using Micro-structured Polymer Feet", Proceedings of the Sth International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots CLAWAR 2005, London, Springer, Sep. 2005. 29. D. Santos, B. Hayneman, S. Kim, N.

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