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Device for Experimental Modelling of Properties of Biomechanical Systems

Originální název

Device for Experimental Modelling of Properties of Biomechanical Systems

Anglický název

Device for Experimental Modelling of Properties of Biomechanical Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The section is focused on the description of the development of single-purpose devices for determining mechanical properties of the segments of human body. In the first year, the research team's efforts were focused on the development and design of a device for establishing the abrasion wear of the THR of the hip joint, and for testing spinal segments. On the basis of the gained knowledge, the attention has also been focused on the development and design of a multi-purpose experimental biomechanical device. Its basic idea was derived from Stewart platform, for the modification of which an animation 3D model was developed, including computational models for solving kinematics and dynamic quantities.

Anglický abstrakt

The section is focused on the description of the development of single-purpose devices for determining mechanical properties of the segments of human body. In the first year, the research team's efforts were focused on the development and design of a device for establishing the abrasion wear of the THR of the hip joint, and for testing spinal segments. On the basis of the gained knowledge, the attention has also been focused on the development and design of a multi-purpose experimental biomechanical device. Its basic idea was derived from Stewart platform, for the modification of which an animation 3D model was developed, including computational models for solving kinematics and dynamic quantities.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT55578,
  author="Tomáš {Březina} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Lubomír {Houfek} and Tomáš {Návrat} and Josef {Nevrlý} and Vít {Ondroušek} and Vladislav {Singule}",
  title="Device for Experimental Modelling of Properties of Biomechanical Systems",
  annote="The section is focused on the description of the development of single-purpose
devices for determining mechanical properties of the segments of human body. In
the first year, the research team's efforts were focused on the development and
design of a device for establishing the abrasion wear of the THR of the hip joint,
and for testing spinal segments. On the basis of the gained knowledge, the
attention has also been focused on the development and design of a multi-purpose
experimental biomechanical device. Its basic idea was derived from Stewart
platform, for the modification of which an animation 3D model was developed,
including computational models for solving kinematics and dynamic quantities.",
  booktitle="Simulation modeling of mechatronic systems I",
  chapter="55578",
  edition="Mechatronics",
  year="2005",
  month="december",
  pages="93--110",
  type="book chapter"
}