An uncertain mathematical model is developed to reproduce the human-body responses to a simulated flight-induced vibration. The objective is to create a predictive model based on the anthropometric characteristics of a seated human body that can turn useful for human-centered design considerations and for the integration of liveware into digital twin models. To this end, the human body is seen as an advanced vibrating structure represented as a dynamic stochastic 4DOF model with random anthropometric values. Experimental and numerical tests are given and results are evaluated in the time and frequency domain.

Whole body vibration during simulated flight via uncertain models and interval analysis

Esposito, A.
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Lo Iacono, F.;Orlando, C.;Navarra, G.;Alaimo, A.
2022

Abstract

An uncertain mathematical model is developed to reproduce the human-body responses to a simulated flight-induced vibration. The objective is to create a predictive model based on the anthropometric characteristics of a seated human body that can turn useful for human-centered design considerations and for the integration of liveware into digital twin models. To this end, the human body is seen as an advanced vibrating structure represented as a dynamic stochastic 4DOF model with random anthropometric values. Experimental and numerical tests are given and results are evaluated in the time and frequency domain.
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