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Title: Smart modeling of the human-structure interaction with human intervention
Authors: Qin, J
Law, SS
Yang, Q
Yang, N
Keywords: Biomechanics
Bipedal walking model
Human-structure interaction
Feedback control
Time-variant damper
Issue Date: Dec-2011
Publisher: Department of Civil and Structural Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Source: Dynamics for sustainable engineering : proceedings of the 14th Asia-Pacific Vibration Conference, 5-8 December 2011, Hong Kong, v. 4, p. 1757-1766 How to cite?
Abstract: The combined pedestrian and structural system is regarded as an integrated system for studying the structural vibration when the human body responds to the structural movements. A simple bipedal walking model with a time-variant damper is adopted at a given walking speed. A control force in a feedback manner is generated by the pedestrian to compensate for the energy dissipated with the system damping in walking and to regulate the walking performance of the pedestrian. The effects of stiffness. damping of the leg, and the landing angle of attack are investigated in the numerical studies. The results show that more energy must be input by the pedestrian to maintain the steady walking and relatively uniform dynamic behavior of the body mass of pedestrian in the process.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/6913
ISBN: 978-962-367-734-9
Rights: Copyright ©2011 Department of Civil and Structural Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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