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  • (PDF) Simulation tests of roll-over protection structure

    Moreover, the concept of lateral stiffness coefficient (LSC) was proposed. The human injury mechanism is used to evaluate the impact on human injury through the LSC of the ROPS during the dynamic

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  • Factors Affecting the Finite Element Simulation of a ROPS

    Moreover, the concept of lateral stiffness coefficient (LSC) was proposed. The human injury mechanism is used to evaluate the impact on human injury through the LSC of the ROPS during the dynamic

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  • COMMENTS ON UNSW TRAFFIC AND ROAD - DRI-ATV-ROPS …

    in injury risk as the Kst was increased from 0.87 to 1.08. From a statistical viewpo int, one cannot be "somewhat convinced that the difference (in injury rate associated with change in Kst across this range) is real" 49, i.e., that Kst has any significant effect on injury …

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  • Simulation tests of roll-over protection structure

    Mar 01, 2013 · The lateral load test is performed until both conditions are met, Effect of lateral stiffness coefficient of leader ROPS on human injury in a lateral rollover incident. Biosystems Engineering, 113 (2) (2012) Google Scholar. O. Zienkiewicz, R. Taylor

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  • Effects of Personal Protective Equipment on Seated

    Jan 06, 2021 · The effects of a personal protective equipment vest (PPE) on spine loads of occupants in vehicles subjected to under-body blast (UBB) events are not well understood. This study investigated the inertial and structural effects of PPE on the lower spine in UBB loading conditions using numerical modeling. A seated finite element (FE) human body model (HBM) with a spine designed for vertical

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  • The Effect of Different Rollover Conditions of the

    The results showed that on the premise of maintaining a necessary survival space for the driver, the human body injury alleviates with decrease of ROPS stiffness.

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  • Dynamic Response of a Rollover Protective Structure

    The results showed that on the premise of maintaining a necessary survival space for the driver, the human body injury alleviates with decrease of ROPS stiffness.

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  • Effects of 6 months of walking training on lower limb

    May 09, 2007 · Recently, Reeves et al. (2003) reported that the stiffness of patella tendon in elderly individuals increased significantly after higher load resistance training. On the other hand, we found that the low-load resistance training (squat using body weight) led to an increase in the elasticity of tendon in knee extensors (KE) (Kubo et al., 2003a

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    Effect of Lateral Stiffness Coefficient of Loader ROPS on Human Injury in a Lateral Rollover Incident [J]. Biosystems Engineering, 2012, 113(2): 207-219. [16]Wang Guoqiang, Zhao Kaijun, Li …

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  • Effect of lateral stiffness coefficient of loader ROPS on

    6 rows · Oct 01, 2012 · Highlights ROPS design and analysis are improved from the perspective of dynamic analysis. The

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  • Control Methods for Roll Instability of Articulated

    This study examines the control methods for roll instability of articulated steering vehicles (ASVs) by taking wheel loaders as the research object. An eight-degrees-of-freedom nonlinear dynamics model of ASVs was built on the basis of multibody dynamics. Three methods, namely, active braking (the front and rear axles have the same braking torque), active steering, and adjusting the swing

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  • Effect of lateral stiffness coefficient of loader ROPS on

    Moreover, the concept of lateral stiffness coefficient (LSC) was proposed. The human injury mechanism is used to evaluate the impact on human injury through the LSC of the ROPS during the dynamic

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  • Well Plan | Casing (Borehole) | Computing And Information

    WELLPLANTM Software Training Manual Release 2003.16.1. Participant Guide May 2008 Landmark Learning. This publication has been provided pursuant to an agreement containing restrictions on its use. No part of this publication may be copied or distributed, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any human or computer language.

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  • Measurement of the nonlinear, coupled stiffness

    Jan 01, 1977 · The stiffness influence coefficient method has proven to be an effective method for determining the matrix elements. The stiffness coefficients are highly coupled and nonlinear resulting in a full matrix with each Brantigan, O. C. and Voshell, A. F. (1941) The mechanics of the ligaments and menisci of the knee joint, J. Bone Jnt Surg. 23, 44-66.

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  • A numerical analysis of skin–PPE interaction to prevent

    Aug 10, 2021 · An additional effect of the increased area of contact between skin and PPE is that the maximum shear stress moves deeper into the tissue 34. In …

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  • Effect of 5-day dry immersion on the human foot morphology

    Mar 18, 2021 · Saveko, A., Amirova, L., Ermakov, I. et al. Effect of 5-day dry immersion on the human foot morphology evaluated by computer plantography and soft tissues stiffness measuring.

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  • Simulation tests of roll-over protection structure

    Dec 08, 2012 · G. Wang, C. Chen, Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, J. Si, Effect of lateral stiffness coefficient of leader ROPS on human injury in a lateral rollover incident, Biosystems Engineering 113 (2) …

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  • Optimized design of cab frame to improve energy absorption

    Jul 13, 2018 · Heavy operating vehicle was used in many surfaces condition, sometimes in heavy terrain with high possibilities of rollover accident. Rollover is a fatal condition where the equipment shifted from

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  • Integrity Assessment of Pickup Vehicle Occupants in

    Apr 08, 2014 · Chen C, Wang G, Zhang Y, Zhang Y, Si J (2012) Effect of lateral stiffness coefficient of loader ROPS on human injury in a lateral rollover incident. Biosyst Eng …

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  • THE EFFECTS OF LIGAMENTOUS INJURY IN THE HUMAN LOWER

    Oct 11, 2012 · Computational Modeling. A previously-developed C3–C7 FE model (ABAQUS V6.9-EF2, Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp, Providence, RI) of the human cervical spine was modified to simulate the mechanical effects of hyperextension and hyperflexion injuries at the most common level of whiplash injury, C5–C6 (Ivancic et al., 2004).This model has been previously validated and converged for intact

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