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Title: Analysis and modelling of vibration propagation in a human leg
Authors: Petruzov, Igor M.
Potekhin, Vyacheslav V.
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Lisbon: International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration
Citation: Bento Coelho, J. L. & Alarcao, D. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV 12). p. 1-4.
Abstract: In the present work is described research of a distributional pattern of vibrating influences from a point of the appendix of choronomic excitant force through autopodium up to a hip joint. As a result of experiment which has allowed registering moving and power of influence on the part of a basic surface on autopodium, moving of a hip joint to relative system of coordinates, were determined boundary conditions for the further construction of model. However, at modelling there is a complexity to take into account individual parameters of the osteomuscular device of the person. Modern technologies of virtual modelling allow to create the exact and proved models of biomechanical systems (model of joints, muscles etc.). By using numerical methods during research allows studying any desirable locomotion of the person to receive dynamic models of considered interactions. By using packages of threedimensional modelling such as SolidWorks and Unigraphics allows to investigate not only exact models of a human internals but also to consider tissue structure as a system of multilayered composites, to model them on microlevel and nanolevel. Making of virtual model and using of experimental data of reverberatory properties and morphological accuracy of elements of human legs has allows studying character of power and vibration propagation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/9546
Category: C2
Type: Proceedings Paper
Appears in Collections: Research publications

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