Human response to vibration and mechanical shock
Keywords:Acoustic wave effects, Human engineering, Mathematical models, Neural networks, Vibrations (mechanical), Mechanical shocks
AbstractThe response of human to vibration and mechanical shock was studied. A non-linear biodynamic model employed a neural network to produce an estimate of the spinal response. It was found that the vertical vibration at frequencies ranging between 0.1 Hz to 0.5 Hz resulted in motion sickness.
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