Nonholonomic structures are a frequent subject in different clinical and advertisement domain names, together with robotics, locomotion and area exploration. This paintings sheds new gentle in this interdisciplinary personality during the research of numerous points coming from a number of disciplines. the most target is to demonstrate the concept a greater knowing of the geometric buildings of mechanical structures unveils new and unknown facets to them, and is helping either research and layout to unravel status difficulties and determine new demanding situations. during this method, separate components of analysis corresponding to Classical Mechanics, Differential Geometry, Numerical research or regulate concept are introduced jointly during this learn of nonholonomic structures.
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