robotic object

Obtaining Robotic Object Models from the Equations of the Potential-Flow Method

Starostin Igor Evgenievich
Robotic systems almost always use for their work chemical current sources (CCS), the state of which directly
affects the ability, duration and safety of their operation. To diagnose the technical condition of a CCS as a technical object
(TO) and form laws governing them, it is necessary to know the relationship between their unobservable parameters, the
observed output parameters and known external influences on them. The mentioned relations (laws of the technical object
operation) can be learned from the equations of physicochemical processes in the objects under consideration,
in particular, the equations of the potential-flow method [1]. In this paper a method for obtaining models of a technical
object from the equations of the potential-flow method is presented.