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Driving Mechanisms, Motion, and Mechanics of Screw Drive In-Pipe Robots: A Review
In recent years, interest in in-pipe robot research has been steadily increasing. This phenomenon reflects the necessity and urgency of pipe inspection and rehabilitation as several pipe networks have become outdated around the globe. In-pipe robots can be divided into several groups in accordance with their locomotion principles, each with its own advantages and best suited application scope. Research on the screw drive in-pipe robot (SDIR) has had a rising trend due to the robot's simpledoi:10.3390/app9122514 fatcat:rp5ypze2wbag7nvjlmbgpeu6mu