On 02/23/2012 01:55 AM, Mayank Barnawal wrote:
> I am having a little issue with dJointGetFeedback(). I have simulatedODE does not have a joint called servo. You have to tell us precisely
> a modular robot, where every alternate joint servo is made to rotate,
> leaving the other set of servos static.
what ODE entities you are using, so we can tell you what to expect from
> However, when I useA joint doesn't have to be motorized to apply torques. In fact, most
> dJointGetFeedback on those static servos, I get some torque values
> (though they should be zero).
joints have to apply torques to interact with the bodies.
Just a guess here: are you using a hinge joint to keep the axis
> Moreover, if I need to get jointtorque, should I add the values fromNewton's third law of motion, the forces and torques will be of equal
> 't1' and 't2'? (Since, if a joint applies t1 to body 1 and t2 to body
> 2, it should experience an equal and opposite torque which can be
> added component-wise)
magnitude but opposite. So adding t1 and t2 should cancel everything to
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