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Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts

Marinus Karel Johannes de Jager

Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts

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by Marinus Karel Johannes de Jager

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Published by Technische Universiteit Eindhoven in [Eindhoven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Head -- Wounds and injuries.,
  • Neck -- Wounds and injuries.,
  • Human mechanics.,
  • Impact -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdoor Marinus Karel Johannes de Jager.
    ContributionsTechnische Universiteit Eindhoven.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20810434M
    ISBN 109038603479

    Get homework help fast! Search through millions of guided step-by-step solutions or ask for help from our community of subject experts 24/7. Try Chegg Study today! In current study, a detailed three-dimensional C0-C7 FE model of the whole head-neck complex developed previously was modified to include T1 vertebra. Rear impact accelerations of different conditions were applied to Tl inferior surface to validate the simulated variations of the intervertebral segmental rotations of the cervical spine. The simulated kinematics of the head-neck complex .   This lateral impact energy produces a lateral acceleration component in the target vehicle which may peak close to or at similar level of the longitudinal component during the impact phase time-history. (See Figures ). Today's vehicles are designed for side impact . A human research volunteer exposed to acceleration impact About the Book From to , the U.S. Naval Biodynamics Laboratory rose to become a world class research center focused chiefly on the study of human response to impact acceleration.


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Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts by Marinus Karel Johannes de Jager Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mathematical Head-Neck Models For Acceleration Impacts on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mathematica. head-neck models for acceleration impacts I Marinus Karel Johannes de Jager. -Eindhoven: Eindhoven University of Technology Thesis Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

-With ref. With summary in Dutch. ISBN Subject headings: injury biomechanics I cervical spine I head-neck models. Printed by CopyPrintby: Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts. / Jager, de, M.K.J. Eindhoven: Eindhoven University of Technology, p. Research output: Thesis › Phd Thesis 1 (Research TU/e / Graduation TU/e)Cited by: Mathematical Head-Neck Models for Acceleration Impacts [PhD thesis].

Eindhoven, The Netherlands: Eindhoven University of Technology. Links. DOI: /IR de Jager M. Mathematical modelling of the human cervical spine: a survey of the literature. Repository hosted by TU Delft Library. Home Contact About Disclaimer. How to searchCited by: Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts ().

Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title: Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts: Author: Jager, M.K.J. de: Degree grantor: TU Delft, Delft University of Technology: Originator: TNO.

Two mathematical head-neck models have been developed using MADYMO: a global model and a detailed one. The global model comprises rigid head and vertebrae connected through nonlinear viscoelastic intervertebral joints representing the lumped behaviour of.

The complete head-neck model has been used to simulate 15g frontal and g rear-end impacts with the resulting motion compared against response corridors derived from sled acceleration tests using human volunteers.

Global head kinematics of the head–neck model compared with Post Mortem Human Subject (PMHS) corridors in m/s impacts (average response±1Standard Deviation (SD)), in the validation simulation of a m/s rear impact.

For comparison, the model response in the m/s simulation is also included. Head-neck response in frontal flexion. STAPP ConferenceSAE Wismans J., Oorschot H.

van, Woltring H.J. Omni-directional human head-neck response. STAPP ConferenceSAE Yang J.K, Lovsund P. Development and validation of a human body mathematical model for simulation of car-pedestrian impacts.

Mathematical Head-Neck Models for Acceleration Impacts Doctoral Thesis. Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, Google Scholar. In a sensitivity analysis of the mathematical model the influence of different factors on the head–neck kinematics was evaluated.

The neck model was validated against kinematics data from volunteer tests: linear displacement, angular displacement, and acceleration of the head relative to the upper torso at 7 km/h velocity change.

The potential of head injury in frontal barrier impact tests was investigated by a mathematical model which consisted of a finite element human head model, a four segments rigid dynamic neck model, a rigid body occupant model, and a lumped-mass vehicle structure model.

The finite element human head. In book: XII Mediterranean Mathematical head-neck models for acceleration impacts. Article. Marko de Jager; passive muscle and ligaments during head impact acceleration.

dataset, there are impact events with vertical peak boat accelerations greater than g. This acceleration g value was taken to be a lower threshold of interest for repeated impact injury. Further, there were impacts greater than 2 g and 53 impacts greater than 4 g.

Currently, angular acceleration is believed to be more damaging to the brain than linear acceleration, even though both are present in any head impact.

The human head-neck is the most complex structure in the human body and its behavior under vibration remain poorly understood. Therefore, a comprehensive theoretical or experimental analysis is needed. This study is mainly based on an available finite element human head-neck complex and concentrates on its modal and dynamic responses.

Resonance frequencies and responses of the human head-neck. References 1. MKJ De Jager, Mathematical Head–Neck Models for Acceleration Impacts (Eindhoven Technische Universiteit, Eindhoven, ). Google Scholar; 2. K Brolin, P Halldin and I Leijonhufvud, The effect of muscle activation on neck response, Traffic Inj Prev 6 (1) () 67– Crossref, Google Scholar; 3.

JB Fice and DS Cronin, Investigation of whiplash injuries in the upper cervical. de lager M, ‘Mathematical Head-Neck Models for Acceleration Impacts’, Eindhoven University of Technology, PhD Thesis, Kallieris D, Schmidt G, ‘Neck Response and Injury Assessment Using Cadavers and the US-SID for Far-Side Lateral Impacts of Rear Seat Occupants with Inboard Anchored Shoulder Belts’, Proceedings of 34th Stapp Car.

In a sensitivity analysis of the mathematical model the influence of different factors on the head-neck kinematics was evaluated. The neck model was validated against kinematics data from volunteer tests: linear displacement, angular displacement, and acceleration of the head relative to the upper torso at 7 km/h velocity change.

Traditionally, animal models of TBI were developed to reproduce impact or acceleration loads such as the controlled cortical impact (CCI), the fluid percussion injury (FPI), and head acceleration and rotational models (Cernak, ; Morrison et al., ). Because the CCI and LFP require craniotomy and cause focal injury, they are not suitable.

Results of this analysis are presented. It follows that the observed head neck motions in these types of impacts can be represented quite well by a simple linkage mechanism with two joints. Mathematical simulations for this linkage mechanism were conducted using the crash victim simulation program madymo, in order to verify the proposed system.

{4} M. De Jager, Mathematical head neck models for acceleration impacts, Eindhoven University of Technology, the University of Limburg and the TNO Crash. A simple mathematical model was derived for comparison.

Results At 9 ms −1, peak linear acceleration of the head was ± 19 ms −2 (mean ± standard deviation) and peak angular acceleration was ± rads −2; at 12 ms −1, the values were ± 27 ms −2 and ± rads −2, respectively. The initial. Simulink is able to numerically approximate the solutions to mathematical models that we are unable to, or don't wish to, solve "by hand." In general, the mathematical equations representing a given system that serve as the basis for a Simulink model can be derived from physical laws.

the cart has a significant acceleration as soon as the collision occurs. For the other points, the acceleration at impact is relatively small. However, the accelerations Fig. Motion sequence of the head-neck model during a whiplash simula-tion.

Time (ms) Ac celeration (m/s/s) 0 0 50 20 40 60 80 Fig. In statistics, a power law is a functional relationship between two quantities, where a relative change in one quantity results in a proportional relative change in the other quantity, independent of the initial size of those quantities: one quantity varies as a power of another.

For instance, considering the area of a square in terms of the length of its side, if the length is doubled, the. W pracy przeprowadzono badania modelowe wspomagane doświadczalnymi z wykorzystaniem techniki elektromiografii EMG oraz rezonansu magnetycznego MRI.

Celem badań było określenia sił głównych mięśni szyi oraz analiza ich wpływu na oddziaływania w połączeniu głowa kręgosłup w warunkach fizjologicznych.

Badania doświadczalne pozwoliły określić wzajemne relacje wśród. mathematical description for the long time. Finally, the recent investigations enable the describing the physical principles of the acting forcers in a gyroscope and expressed by the mathematical models.

This mathematical model tested and validated practically on the gyroscope suspended from flexible cord that was most unsolvable problem. Models and approaches for acceleration, redesign, and readiness Your institution may be exploring changes to course offerings, delivery, sequence, and format.

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The model comprises rigid head and vertebrae, connected by linear viscoelastic intervertebral joints and nonlinear elastic muscle elements. It was elaborately validated by comparing model responses with the responses of human volunteers subjected to frontal and lateral sled acceleration impacts.

Fair agreement was found for both impacts. Impact signals from four triaxial accelerometers were arranged in an array so that angular acceleration is calculated directly from the filtered linear acceleration signals using a method as described by Padgaonkar.

52 The accelerometers used were PCB model B21 triaxial accelerometer with a peak acceleration magnitude of g. Numerical modelling and simulations have also been used for head-impact tests regarding standards and regulations (headforms, dummies, impact tests, etc.), as a form of optimization before real testing.

The aim of this Special Issue is to collect papers that present new contributions to the state of the art of numerical head models. performance regarding head-neck motion in rear-end impacts. However, the Hybrid m dummy does not have thoracic and lumbar spinal segments with adequate biofidelity for rear impact purposes (Svensson et al, b).

This has encouraged us to develop a mathematical model that models the motion of the human body in rear-end collisions. OBJECTIVE. de Jager, M.,“Mathematical modeling of the human cervical spine: A survey of the literature,” IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Impacts, – 3.

de Jager, M. K.,“Mathematical Head-Neck Models for Acceleration Impacts,” Doctoral Dissertation, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

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in vivo head impact biomechanics •Found no differences in linear acceleration, rotational acceleration,or HITsp between the 3 neck strength groups •Noted limitations in neck strength testing methodology, inability to determine impact anticipation, sample characteristics, and lack of assessment of other relevant variables.

As part of its Impact Injury Prevention program, the Naval Biodynamics Laboratory is studying human volunteer2 and manikin head-neck response to whole-body acceleration.

These data are being used to develop validated models for predicting human head-neck response from manikin response for a wide range of impact acceleration scenarios. This is the first of two chapters dealing with some 60 years of accumulated knowledge in the field of impact biomechanics.

The regions covered in this first chapter are the head, neck, and thorax. The next chapter will discuss the abdomen, pelvis, and the lower extremities. Although the principal thrust of the research has been toward the mitigation of injuries sustained by automotive crash. Question: 2. (30) The Figure Shows A Model Of A Female Impact Dummy.

Consider The Head-neck Region In The Case Of A Rear Impact Test In Which The Point Is Subjected To Acceleration To The Right A, Causing The Head And Neck To Accelerate And Rotate As A Rigid Body Around Point O.

Consider The Initial Instant Shown In The Figure.The Kalman filter keeps track of the estimated state of the system and the variance or uncertainty of the estimate.

The estimate is updated using a state transition model and measurements. ^ ∣ − denotes the estimate of the system's state at time step k before the k-th measurement y k has been taken into account; ∣ − is the corresponding uncertainty.

A head-neck model that qualitatively undergoes the same forces acting in whiplash and shows the same behavior is used to analyze the kinematics of both the head and the cervical spine and the resulting neck loads.

The rapid acceleration during a whiplash event causes mechanism and the development of a new rear-impact dummy.