Human Gait Analysis Biomedizinlsche Technik Band 21 Heft 3/1976 Biomed. Techn. 21 (1976), S. 66--74 Dhanjoo N. Ghista Theodore G. Toridis T. M. Srinivasan Human Gait Analysis: Determination of instantaneous joint reactive forces, muscle forces and the stress distribution in bone Segments Part II Analyse des menschlichen Gangs: Bestimmung der momentanen Gelenkkräfte, der Muskelkräfte und der Spannungsverteilung in Knochensegmenten Teil II From the Biomedical Engineering Division, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras-600036 and Department of Civil, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering, The George Washington University, Washington D. C., USA This paper presents a rigoorus analysis of human gait and resulting skeletal stresses of the lower limbs. The data monitoring and subsequent utilisation procedures of the quantities needed of help formulate the kinematics and kinetics terms, that are employed in the dynamics equations governing the motion of a limb during gait, are first presented. In the governing equations of limb motion, due attention is paid to the formulation of the inertia terms in appropriate rigor, which has not been done hitherto. The analysis of the entire leg and below-knee leg portions are presented taking into account the indeterminacy of the force System; methods are presented for the determination of the unknown
Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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