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Prof. Mini Chakravarthini Rai (previous surname Saaj)
Prof. Mini Chakravarthini Rai (previous surname Saaj)
Global Chair in Robotic Engineering
Verified email at lincoln.ac.uk - Homepage
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Finite element analysis and design optimization of a pneumatically actuating silicone module for robotic surgery applications
Y Elsayed, A Vincensi, C Lekakou, T Geng, CM Saaj, T Ranzani, ...
Soft Robotics 1 (4), 255-262, 2014
1792014
A new algorithm for discrete-time sliding-mode control using fast output sampling feedback
MC Saaj, B Bandyopadhyay, H Unbehauen
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 49 (3), 518-523, 2002
1332002
Spacecraft formation flying using Lorentz forces
MA Peck, B Streetman, CM Saaj, V Lappas
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 60, 263-267, 2007
992007
Terrain trafficability analysis and soil mechanical property identification for planetary rovers: A survey
S Chhaniyara, C Brunskill, B Yeomans, MC Matthews, C Saaj, S Ransom, ...
Journal of Terramechanics 49 (2), 115-128, 2012
842012
Characterisation of martian soil simulants for the ExoMars rover testbed
C Brunskill, N Patel, TP Gouache, GP Scott, CM Saaj, M Matthews, L Cui
Journal of Terramechanics 48 (6), 419-438, 2011
502011
Spacecraft swarm navigation and control using artificial potential field and sliding mode control
CM Saaj, V Lappas, V Gazi
2006 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, 2646-2651, 2006
502006
Dynamic modeling of fiber-reinforced soft manipulator: A visco-hyperelastic material-based continuum mechanics approach
SM Mustaza, Y Elsayed, C Lekakou, C Saaj, J Fras
Soft robotics 6 (3), 305-317, 2019
492019
Soil simulant sourcing for the ExoMars rover testbed
TP Gouache, N Patel, C Brunskill, GP Scott, CM Saaj, M Matthews, L Cui
Planetary and Space Science 59 (8), 779-787, 2011
332011
Combined Nonlinear Controller for a Controlled-Floating Space Robot
A Seddaoui, CM Saaj
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 42 (8), 1878-1885, 2019
292019
Design optimisation of soft silicone pneumatic actuators using finite element analysis
Y Elsayed, C Lekakou, T Geng, CM Saaj
2014 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics …, 2014
282014
Hybrid propulsion system for formation flying using electrostatic forces
CM Saaj, V Lappas, H Schaub, D Izzo
Aerospace Science and Technology 14 (5), 348-355, 2010
262010
Measuring and simulating the effect of variations in soil properties on microrover trafficability
G Scott, C Saaj
AIAA SPACE 2009 Conference & Exposition, 6468, 2009
262009
Walking planetary rovers–experimental analysis and modelling of leg thrust in loose granular soils
B Yeomans, CM Saaj, M Van Winnendael
Journal of Terramechanics 50 (2), 107-120, 2013
242013
Algorithm for computing sliding mode control and switching surface from output samples
B Bandyopadhyay, VK Thakar, CM Saaj, S Janardhanan
Proc. 8th IEEE Variable Structure Systems Workshop 31, 2004
242004
Terrain interaction prediction for bioinspired planetary exploration rovers
BSCMS Brian Yeomans
Bioinspiration and Biomimetics 9 (016009), 2014
222014
Model based system engineering for space robotic systems
MAKIA S. Chhaniyara, C. Saaj, B. Maediger
Proc. 11th Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and …, 2011
19*2011
Skins and sleeves for soft robotics: inspiration from nature and architecture
C Lekakou, Y Elsayed, T Geng, CM Saaj
Advanced Engineering Materials 17 (8), 1180-1188, 2015
172015
Spacecraft formation flying and reconfiguration with electrostatic forces
V Lappas, C Saaj, D Richie, M Peck, B Streetman, H Schaub
SPACE FLIGHT MECHANICS 2007, VOL 127, PTS 1 AND 2 127, 217-225, 2007
172007
Trafficability assessment of deformable terrain through hybrid wheel-leg sinkage detection
MM Francisco Comin, William Lewinger, Chakravarthini Saaj
Journal of Field Robotics, 2016
15*2016
Models for slip estimation and soft terrain characterization with multilegged wheel–legs
FJ Comin, CM Saaj
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 33 (6), 1438-1452, 2017
142017
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