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|Title:||Using force plate, computer simulation and image alignment in jumping analysis|
|Authors:||Mijailovic, Natasa |
|Abstract:||© 2015 IEEE. In this paper the methodology of vertical jump analysis is presented. Measured results of vertical force during jump are presented. Six subjects (members of Red star football club) perform different types of jump (flywheel jump, jump without flywheel, and jump with landing on the left and right foot while vertical ground reaction force is measured using a force plate. One axial load cell force sensor is also used. The measure value of force and position of a body part is used together with finite element method simulation in order to obtain von Mises stress distribution on the tibia, femur and cartilage in the knee joint. The average value of von Mises stress has a significant impact on the injuries and condition of the knee cartilage.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Engineering, Kragujevac|
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