Numerical simulation for Human Quiet Standing System
1 Shanghai Publishing and Printing College, Shanghai, China
2 School of Aerospace Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Tongji University, Shanghai, China
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Human quiet standing system was investigated with a 2-joint (ankle and hip) sagittal model of body movement with perturbation noise. In the case of the noise perturbations, the influence on the stability of time delay is discussed numerically in this paper. Analytical analyses on the mean of the station response reveal that the presence of time delay leads to periodic vibration in parameter space, and the mean value increases as the reflexes delay increasing. But the mean square of the stationary response varies with not only the noise but also the delay. We find the stochastic factor has no affection on the stability of human, but it will make the amplify oscillations diffusion, which can be seen from the shape change of the figure on the stationary joint probability density and the stationary probability density. All these conclusions are shown by the numerical simulation. In conclusion, the influence of reflexes delay and perturbation on the stability and quality of stance has been studied by successfully combined with the biomechanical concepts and tools..
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