|Project Summary||Project Information|
PASCO structure sets are composed of various plastic pieces, sensors, and string, and are used to model the static and dynamic biomechanical properties of single muscles. These structures allow for simple and easy modeling of various muscle structures and positions without the need for a human subject and complicated techniques such as electromyography (EMG). One of the structures commonly used is the bicep muscle model during elbow flexion. Nonetheless this structure does not allow for variations in the hand/wrist position, which in reality has a measurable effect in the muscles being studied.
The objective of this project is to create a physical model that can demonstrate the proper relationship between the position of the hand/wrist and the different muscles. This model should be able to collect anatomically relevant data for students to compare to their collected EMG data. The expected end result is a group of 12 units able to accurately collect the data being studied.
|Maria F. Romero-Creel||Communicatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Amanda Cook||Project Leademail@example.com|
|Christopher Harley||Engineering Leadfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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|MSD I & II||MSD I||MSD II|
Integrated System Build & Test
Integrated System Build & Test with Customer Demo
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