VIRTUAL MODEL OF A ROBOTIC VACUUM CLEANER

  • Ștefan RADU, Eng. University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
Keywords: robotic vacuum cleaner, components, acoustic sensors, assembly, movement, cleaning movement

Abstract

This paper presents the 3D virtual model of the robotic vacuum cleaner in terms of vacuum cleaner elements. The paper is focused on the design of the subassemblies specific to the vacuum cleaner and presents the features added by attaching new modules to a robotic vacuum cleaner. Also the paper develops aspects concerning HEPA [High-efficiency Particulate Air] filters how important they are in people’s modules and aspects regarding acoustic sensors illustrating how the robotic vacuum cleaner moves in the room for cleaning and also how it avoids obstacles which are in front of it.

Author Biography

Ștefan RADU, Eng., University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest

Master student, Engineering Graphics and Industrial Design Department, University Polytechnica of Bucharest, Romania.

References

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Published
2018-10-22
How to Cite
RADU, Ștefan. (2018). VIRTUAL MODEL OF A ROBOTIC VACUUM CLEANER. Journal of Industrial Design and Engineering Graphics, 13(1), 41-44. Retrieved from http://www.sorging.ro/jideg/index.php/jid/article/view/406
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Articles