Publication detail

The Design of the Device for Cord Implants Tuning

BŘEZINA, T. FLORIAN, Z. CABALLERO, A.

Original Title

The Design of the Device for Cord Implants Tuning

English Title

The Design of the Device for Cord Implants Tuning

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The most important moments of the design of the device for biomechanical components testing are described in this contribution. The device is de-signed in such a way that its movements are as close as possible to real physiological movements. Both general motion and effector action forces are reached by pair of robots with parallel kinematics. This structure is designed to meet the possibility of its use as an element of building archi-tecture and to test then e.g. complete spinal segments. This fact is very convenient in the case of fixed vertebral bodies as the changes of mechani-cal properties of surrounding spinal elements occur.

English abstract

The most important moments of the design of the device for biomechanical components testing are described in this contribution. The device is de-signed in such a way that its movements are as close as possible to real physiological movements. Both general motion and effector action forces are reached by pair of robots with parallel kinematics. This structure is designed to meet the possibility of its use as an element of building archi-tecture and to test then e.g. complete spinal segments. This fact is very convenient in the case of fixed vertebral bodies as the changes of mechani-cal properties of surrounding spinal elements occur.

Keywords

biomechanics, testing device, cord element, Stewart platform

RIV year

2007

Released

01.09.2007

Publisher

Springer

Location

Berlin

ISBN

978-3-540-73955-5

Book

Recent Advances in Mechatronics

Edition

Mech

Edition number

1

Pages from

195

Pages to

199

Pages count

5

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT30271,
  author="Tomáš {Březina} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Amaury {Caballero}",
  title="The Design of the Device for Cord Implants Tuning",
  annote="The most important moments of the design of the device for biomechanical components testing are described in this contribution. The device is de-signed in such a way that its movements are as close as possible to real physiological movements. Both general motion and effector action forces are reached by pair of robots with parallel kinematics. This structure is designed to meet the possibility of its use as an element of building archi-tecture and to test then e.g. complete spinal segments. This fact is very convenient in the case of fixed vertebral bodies as the changes of mechani-cal properties of surrounding spinal elements occur.",
  address="Springer",
  booktitle="Recent Advances in Mechatronics",
  chapter="30271",
  edition="Mech",
  institution="Springer",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="195--199",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="conference paper"
}