This book systematically introduces the bionic nature of force sensing and control, the biomechanical principle on mechanism on force generation and control of skeletal muscle, and related applications in robotic exoskelton. This book mainly covers three aspects: skeletal muscle force generation principle and biomechanical model, exoskeleton robot technology based on skeletal muscle biomechanical model, and SMA based bionic skeletal muscle technology. This comprehensive and in-depth book presents the author's research experience and achievements of many years to readers, so as to promote academic exchanges in this field.
1. Force Generation Mechanism of Skeletal Muscle Contraction. 2. Biomechanical Modelling of Muscular Contraction. 3. Estimation of Skeletal Muscle 1. Activation and Contraction Force Based on EMG Signals. 4. Human-Machine Force Interactive Interface and Exoskeleton Robot Techniques Based on Biomechanical Model of Skeletal Muscle. 5. Clinical Rehabilitation Technologies for Force Control Based Exoskeleton Robot. 6. Bionic Design of Artificial Muscle Based on Biomechanical Models of Skeletal Muscle.
The Advances in Systems Science and Engineering Series is a refereed book series reporting cutting-edge systems science and engineering research. Systems science and engineering techniques, and the contribution of technological innovation are major concerns of the Series. Techniques developed in systems science, systems engineering and closely related disciplines such as mathematical science, computer science, and operations research used in systems science and engineering practice are also considered.
About the Series Editor
Dr. Li Da Xu ( email@example.com) earned his Ph.D. in Systems Science. He is an Eminent Scholar at Old Dominion University and a Changjiang Chair Professor at Beijing Jiaotong University. He is a member of the editorial board of Systems Research and Behavioral Sciences and has edited numerous special issues for Systems Research and Behavioral Sciences. He also serves as the special issue editors and associate editors of IEEE Systems Journal and IEEE Transactions SMC. He is the founding Director of the Institute of Systems Science and Engineering at Wuhan University of Technology, China.