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Three-dimensional human body model will be produced according to dimensions of consumers' body including hair style and face (Belleau and Bourgeois, 1991).
The resulting three-dimensional angles were used to estimate the trajectory of a participant's segments such as shank, thigh or upper back depending on the simplified human body model.
Every DOF of human body model were driven by the CGA angle curve, and all DOF of the lower extremity exoskeleton are in passive state, so the angle curve (curve of angle changing with time) of every DOF of the lower extremity exoskeleton can be calculated in Adams.
The Ansys software's human body model enables users to set the dielectric constant for different parts of the body, with different values required for skin, fat and muscle.
This document replaces ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001-2011, the current industry test methods and specifications for human body model device testing.
Table II summarizes some practical values of the permittivity and conductivity used in to simulate the human body model.
In addition, the geometric definition of the human body model was necessary
In addition to ESD flooring protection, there are "above-the-floor" models that should be considered in light of protection: the human body model, the machine model, the charged device model and the field induction model.
Pioneered by Dutch researchers, the Human Body Model, developed by Motek Medical in Amsterdam, the Netherlands uses a virtual double to show which muscles a person is using by highlighting them in green, reports New Scientist.
2007) for a detailed description of the human body model and the method of mapping the surfaces of the human body model and Sakoi's model (Sakoi et al.