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پایان نامه مهندسی پزشکی-کنترل اشتراکی روبات در اسکلت خارجی ایجاد الگوی راه رفتن روی زمین -توانبخشی 

The robot control on the outer skeleton creates a pattern of walking on the ground

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فهرست مطالب:

فصل اول        

کنترل اشتراکی هیبرید FES-روبات در اسکلت خارجی توانبخشی گام برداشتن گردشی    

چکیده 

مقدمه  

مواد و روش ها 

کنترل مفصل زانو        

برآوردکننده خستگی ماهیچه    

کنترل کننده محرک    

رویکرد اشتراکی

ایمنی  

ارزشیابی با افراد سالم   

تحلیل داده      

نتایج   

بحث و بررسی  

نتیجه گیری    

یادداشت ها     

فصل دوم        

ایجاد الگوی راه رفتن روی زمین 

ایجاد الگوی راه رفتن روی زمین با جهت گیری فردی در روبات توانبخشی براساس خط سیر پا و لگن        

چکیده 

مقدمه  

رویکرد و دیدگاه

1.2. فرد (انسان)

2.2. سیستم (دستگاه)  

3.2. محیط (تحرک)     

4.2. روش شناسی توانبخشی کلینیکی   

توانبخشی گام برداشتن کمکی روباتیک با NaTUre-gaits 

1.3. کنترل لگنی        

2.3. پایگاه متحرک      

3.3. هم ترازی روباتیک 

4. حرکت راه رفتن طبیعی در طول توانبخشی گام برداشتن        

آزمون ها روی افراد بیمار و سالم

1.5. آزمون بیمار         

2.5. ارزشیابی EMG عملکرد سیستم    

1.2.5. جمع آوری و پردازش داده های EMG ماهیچه های پا      

2.2.5. جمع آوری و پردازش داده های EMG ماهیچه های پا      

3.5. پروفایل فعالسازی الگوی میانگین ماهیچه    

1.3.5. ارزشیابی عملکرد سیستم

نکات تصمیم گیری      

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