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Author Kim, Minjun.
Title Microbiorobotics : Biologically Inspired Microscale Robotic Systems.
Imprint Philadelphia : Elsevier Science, 2017.

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Edition 2nd ed.
Description 1 online resource (292 pages)
Series Micro and Nano Technologies
Micro & nano technologies.
Note 7.4.2 Kinematic model.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Microrobots.
Contents Front Cover; Microbiorobotics; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; About the editors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part 1 Introduction; Motivation for microbiorobotics; References; Historical overview; Low Reynolds number swimming; Taxis of microorganisms; Arti cial bio-inspired microrobots; Biological microrobots; Conclusion; References; About this book; Theoretical microbiorobotics; Biological microrobots; Synthetic microrobots; Part 2 Theoretical Microbiorobotics; 1 Controlling swarms of robots with global inputs: Breaking symmetry; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Breaking symmetry.
1.3 Breaking symmetry with robot inhomogeneity1.4 Breaking symmetry with obstacles; 1.4.1 Nonprehensile manipulation; 1.4.2 BlockWorld abstraction; 1.4.3 Position control; 1.5 Conclusion; References; 2 Optimization of magnetic forces for drug delivery in the inner ear; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Ear anatomy; 2.3 Diffusion model of magnetic particles; 2.3.1 Viscous model; 2.3.2 Viscoelastic model; 2.4 Simulations and results; 2.4.1 Simulation of the viscous model; 2.4.2 Simulation of the viscoelastic model; 2.5 Discussion; 2.6 Conclusion; References; Part 3 Biological Microrobots.
3 Development of active controllable tumor targeting bacteriobot3.1 Fabrication and surface modi cation of biocompatible microbeads; 3.1.1 PEG microbeads and surface modi cations; 3.1.2 Alginate microbeads and surface modi cation; 3.2 Evaluation and control of bacteriobot motility; 3.2.1 Motility control of bacteriobots using BSA; 3.2.2 Motility control of bacteriobot using PLL; 3.2.3 Motility control of bacteriobot using streptavidin-biotin conjugation; 3.3 Motility evaluation of the bacteriobot; 3.4 In vivo test of the tumor-targeting properties of bacteriobots; 3.5 Conclusion; References.
4 Control of magnetotactic bacteria4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Characterization of magnetotactic bacteria; 4.3 Control of magnetotactic bacteria; 4.4 Concluding remarks; Acknowledgments; References; 5 Obstacle avoidance for bacteria-powered microrobots; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Kinematic model of a bacteria-powered microrobot; 5.3 Obstacle avoidance approach; 5.3.1 Considerations for control; 5.3.2 Proposed obstacle avoidance method; 5.4 Motion under obstacle avoidance; 5.4.1 Electric eld control for BPMs; 5.4.2 Routing motion; 5.4.3 Effect of motion using different weights.
5.4.4 Obstacle avoidance in the cluttered environment5.5 Conclusions; References; 6 Interacting with boundaries; References; Part 4 Synthetic Microrobots; 7 Control of three bead achiral robotic microswimmers; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Fabrication, properties, and propulsion of microswimmers; 7.2.1 Handedness of achiral microswimmers; 7.2.2 Actuation of achiral microswimmers; 7.2.3 Propulsion of achiral microswimmers; 7.3 Magnetic control system; 7.3.1 Approximate Helmholtz coils; 7.3.2 Real time image processing; 7.4 Modeling and considerations for control; 7.4.1 Environmental disturbances.
Other Author Julius, Anak Agung.
Cheang, U. Kei.
Other Title Print version: Kim, Minjun. Microbiorobotics : Biologically Inspired Microscale Robotic Systems. Philadelphia : Elsevier Science, ©2017 9780323429931