Important Dates

Submission Deadline

May 28, 2019

April 16, 2019

Registration Deadline

June 5, 2019

Conference Dates

June 14-16, 2019


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Prof. Yongming Wang, Anhui University of Technology, China

Title: Crawling Gait Planning and Simulation Analysis of Closed-chain Walking Leg Robot
Abstract: This paper presents a new type of closed-chain walking leg mechanism, which can swing through a crank-rocker mechanism, and a crank-slider mechanism to achieve leg extension. On this basis, a quadruped robot is constructed, the crawling gait planning is carried out, and the leg swinging time sequence of the robot crawling is given. Based on ADAMS simulation software, the virtual prototype model of quadruped robot is established, and the relative simulation parameters are set up to simulate the robot motion. The displacement curve and velocity curve of the body centroid and foot end of the quadruped robot are obtained. The simulation results show that the quadruped robot can walk stably in the crawling gait.

Prof. Chuntao Zhang, Wuhan University of Science & Technology, China

Title: Crystallization Control in Recycling of  Industrial Wastes
Crystallization is an important separation and purification process used in industries ranging from bulk commodity chemicals to specialty chemicals and pharmaceuticals. In recent years, a number of environmental applications have also come to rely on crystallization in waste treatment and recycling processes. This presentation intends to share our recent research interests on crystallization control in recycling of industrial by-products of Flue Desulfurization Gas Gypsum (FDG) and Phospho-Gypsum (PG), and near-Zero Liquid Discharge (n-ZLD) technology for desulfurization wastewater. Crystal habit modifiers in the transformation from industrial by-products FDG and PG to α-hemihydrate calcium sulfate were developed and high quality calcium sulfate crystals were recoveried. The wastewater in wet flue gas desulfurization of a coal-fired power plant was pre-treated, and then industrial salt and condensate water were recovered from the wastewater by evaporation and crystallization. The quality of industrial salt meets the second grade national standard of GB/T 5462-2003.