Biomechanické modely lidského těla / Biomechanical models of human body

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Bońkowski, Tomasz , Hynčík, Luděk , Špička, Jan , Vychytil, Jan
Motorcycle accidents reconstruction and simulation - application of hybrid human body model

Motorcycle accidents with opposite vehicles are among the most difficult to reconstruct due to complicated kinematics and interactions between multiple participants. The Multi-Body System approach commonly applied in software packages as PC-Crash and Virtual-Crash, allows for proper reconstruction of ...

Špička, Jan , Vychytil, Jan , Hynčík, Luděk , Bońkowski, Tomasz
Multipurpose virtual model of a human body and its utilization in the traffic safety

The aim of this work is the implementation of the virtual hybrid human body model Virthuman into the pedestrian traffic collision scenarios. The pedestrians are the most vulnerable traffic road users and they are exposed to a high risk and suffer with serious injuries and ...

Aurbach, Maximilian , Špička, Jan , Süß, Franz , Vychytil, Jan , Havelková, Linda , Ryba, Tomáš , Dendorfer, Sebastian
Torus obstacle method as a wrapping approach of the deltoid muscle group for humeral abduction in musculoskeletal simulation

Musculoskeletal models of the shoulder complex yield the possibility to aid in clinically relevant research questions e.g. tears of the supraspinatus and the resulting mechanical impact during abduction of the humerus. One of the major contributors to this motion is the deltoid muscle&#...

Bońkowski, Tomasz , Hynčík, Luděk , Lv, Wenle
PTW Passive Safety: Numerical Study of Standard Impact Scenarios with Rider Injury Risk Assessment

Powered two-wheeler (PTW) riders and passengers are among the group of vulnerable road users (VRU). This group uses the road transportation system together with other better-protected users such as passenger cars and truck drivers. The main vulnerability of PTW rider lies in their ...

Havelková, Linda , Krofta, Ladislav , Kochová, Petra , Liška, Václav , Kališ, Vladimír , Feyereisl, Jaroslav
Persistent occiput posterior position and stress distribution in levator ani muscle during vaginal delivery computed by a finite element model

Objective of this study was to develop an MRI-based finite element model and simulate a childbirth considering the fetal head position in a persistent occiput posterior position.