Biomechanické modely lidského těla / Biomechanical models of human body

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Bońkowski, Tomasz , Hynčík, Luděk , Lv, Wenle
PTW Passive Safety: Numerical Study of Standard Impact Scenarios with Rider Injury Risk Assessment

Powered two-wheeler (PTW) riders and passengers are among the group of vulnerable road users (VRU). This group uses the road transportation system together with other better-protected users such as passenger cars and truck drivers. The main vulnerability of PTW rider lies in their ...

Havelková, Linda , Krofta, Ladislav , Kochová, Petra , Liška, Václav , Kališ, Vladimír , Feyereisl, Jaroslav
Persistent occiput posterior position and stress distribution in levator ani muscle during vaginal delivery computed by a finite element model

Objective of this study was to develop an MRI-based finite element model and simulate a childbirth considering the fetal head position in a persistent occiput posterior position.

Sanchez Alvarado, Alberto Jose , Nováček, Vít , Křen, Jiří
A framework to assess mechanics of stump-socket interaction in transfemoral amputees

This paper presents the development of a new framework for stump–socket interface force estimation for future prosthesis optimization in transfemoral amputees. It combines experimental data and modelling, including gait analysis, subject-specific simulation of gait and finite element modelling of the&...

Mertl, Jiří , Frič, Vojtěch
Key-to-Voice App: A Simple Speech-Generating Device Suitable (not only) for a Hospital Environment

BACKGROUND: In this article, we will present Key-to-Voice, a software design that we developed in collaboration with people who have complex communication needs and respective research that we conducted during the collaboration. The design is the first of its kind and there has not...

Aurbach, Maximilian , Špička, Jan , Süß, Franz , Dendorfer, Sebastian
Evaluation of musculoskeletal modelling parameters of the shoulder complex during humeral abduction above 90°

Based on electromyographic data and force measurements within the shoulder joint, there is an indication that muscle and resulting joint reaction forces keep increasing over an abduction angle of 90. In inverse dynamics models, no single parameter could be attributed to simulate this&#x...