Mathematical models for the apparent masses of standing subjects exposed to vertical whole-body vibration

@inproceedings{Matsumoto2003MathematicalMF,
  title={Mathematical models for the apparent masses of standing subjects exposed to vertical whole-body vibration},
  author={Yasunao Matsumoto and Michael J. Griffin},
  year={2003}
}
Linear lumped parameter models of the apparent masses of human subjects in standing positions when exposed to vertical whole-body vibration have been developed. Simple models with a single degree-of-freedom (d.o.f.) and with two (d.o.f.) were considered for practical use. Model parameters were optimised using both the mean apparent mass of 12 male subjects and the apparent masses of individual subjects measured in a previous study. The calculated responses of two (d.o.f.) models with a massless… CONTINUE READING

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