Wang Shihang

Wang Shihang
Zhejiang University | ZJU · Department of Engineering Mechanics

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Wearable pulse detection devices can be used for daily human healthcare monitoring; however, the relatively poor flexibility and low sensitivity of the pulse detection devices are hindering the scrutiny of pulse information during pulse diagnosis of different pulse positions. This paper developed a novel and wearable pulse detection device based on...
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Flexible tactile sensors can be used as the human–machine interactions for tactile information. Integration of flexible tactile sensor onto complex curved surfaces usually generates high assembly strains or stresses, thus reducing the accuracy of tactile sensing. This paper presents a novel flexible tactile sensor using a devisable kirigami structu...
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Perceiving distributed tactile information during robotic dexterous grasping process is essential to improve its intelligence and automation. This paper presents a tactile sensing system for a multi-fingered robotic hand, and used to detect distributed contact forces andtactile information during robotic hand dexterous multimodal grasping applicati...
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This paper presents a novel highly sensitive and flexible tactile sensor based on the fabrication of truncated pyramid-shaped porous graphene nanoplate (GNP)/silicone rubber (SR) composites as the sensing material. The designed tactile sensor has 3 × 3 (=9) sensing units, each unit has three layers: top cover layer with upper electrodes, middle tru...
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Replicating the haptic perception capability of the human hand is an indispensable goal for intelligent robots and human–machine interactions. Multifunctional electronic skin (e-skin) sensors can be an ideal candidate to bridge the gaps among humans, robots, and the environment. Mutual interference of multistimuli and unconformable spatial distribu...

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