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|Title:||Manikin Time; Development of the Virtual Manikin with External Root and Improved Inverse Kinematics|
|Keywords:||Advanced Biomechanical Models|
|Abstract:||Simulating manual assembly operations considering ergonomic load and clearance demands requires detailed modeling of human body kinematics and motions, as well as a tight coupling to powerful algorithms for collision-free path planning. The focus in this thesis is kinematics including balance and contact forces, and ergonomically preferable motions in free space. A typical manikin has more than 100 degrees of freedom. To describe operations and facilitate motion generation, the manikin is ... more|
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