Ma Myint Myint Aye
Analysis of Euler Angles in a Simple TwoAxis Gimbals Set
1745 - 1750
2011
5
9
International Journal of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
https://publications.waset.org/pdf/3518
https://publications.waset.org/vol/57
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
Any rotation of a 3dimensional object can be performed by three consecutive rotations over Euler angles. Intrinsic rotations produce the same result as extrinsic rotations in transformation. Euler rotations are the movement obtained by changing one of the Euler angles while leaving the other two constant. These Euler rotations are applied in a simple twoaxis gimbals set mounted on an automotives. The values of Euler angles are &pi;4, &pi;4, &pi;4 radians inside the angles ranges for a given coordinate system and these actual orientations can be directly measured from these gimbals set of moving automotives but it can occur the gimbals lock in application at &pi;2.24, 0, 0 radians. In order to avoid gimbals lock, the values of quaternion must be &pi;4.8, &pi;8.2, 0, &pi;4.8 radians. The fourgimbals set can eliminate gimbals lock.
Open Science Index 57, 2011