Verification of a Dynamic Knee Simulator Computational Model

@inproceedings{Reeve2008VerificationOA,
  title={Verification of a Dynamic Knee Simulator Computational Model},
  author={Amber N. Reeve and Michael A. Strickland and Lorin P. Maletsky and Mark Taylor},
  year={2008}
}
  • Amber N. Reeve, Michael A. Strickland, +1 author Mark Taylor
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • Dynamic knee simulators aim to reproduce prescribed physiological loading and motions of the knee. The natural knee achieves stability through a complex interaction of the neuro-musculoskeletal system; thus, a knee simulator also requires a sophisticated control system to replicate human motion. Guess and Maletsky [1] developed a computational model to predict the required simulator inputs to produce the desired knee loading for dynamic activities on the Kansas Knee Simulator (KKS). The model… CONTINUE READING

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    Figure 2. KKS computational model with triaxial load cell

    Figure 3. Predicted and measured loading for one cycle of the sagittal sine wave profile