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Wireless Network for Measurement of Whole-Body Vibration

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This article presents the development of a system integrated to a ZigBee network to measure whole-body vibration. The developed system allows distinguishing human vibrations of almost 400Hz in three axes with acceleration of almost 50g. The tests conducted in the study ensured the correct functioning of the system for the project's purpose.

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Vibrating platform outline.
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Mentions: To assess the dynamic behavior of vehicle seats a vibrating platform has been developed and subjected to constant sinusoidal amplitude vibration and controlled frequency range. Figure 8 shows the outline platform that was developed, whose sinusoidal vibration is generated by a three-phase asynchronous motor with non balanced sheave on its axis. The engine (WEG) has been installed on a structure suspended by four automotive springs welded into a rigid base. The motor was connected to an inverter frequency (Siemens - Model Micromaster) to control and generate the desired frequency range.


Wireless Network for Measurement of Whole-Body Vibration
Vibrating platform outline.
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f8-sensors-08-03067: Vibrating platform outline.
Mentions: To assess the dynamic behavior of vehicle seats a vibrating platform has been developed and subjected to constant sinusoidal amplitude vibration and controlled frequency range. Figure 8 shows the outline platform that was developed, whose sinusoidal vibration is generated by a three-phase asynchronous motor with non balanced sheave on its axis. The engine (WEG) has been installed on a structure suspended by four automotive springs welded into a rigid base. The motor was connected to an inverter frequency (Siemens - Model Micromaster) to control and generate the desired frequency range.

View Article: PubMed Central

ABSTRACT

This article presents the development of a system integrated to a ZigBee network to measure whole-body vibration. The developed system allows distinguishing human vibrations of almost 400Hz in three axes with acceleration of almost 50g. The tests conducted in the study ensured the correct functioning of the system for the project's purpose.

No MeSH data available.