An Overview of the HVE Human Model

Paper #:
  • 950659

Published:
  • 1995-02-01
Citation:
Day, T., "An Overview of the HVE Human Model," SAE Technical Paper 950659, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/950659.
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Pages:
10
Abstract:
Developers of human dynamics simulation software inherently use a mathematical/physical model to represent the human. This paper describes a pre-programmed, object-oriented human model for use in human dynamics simulations. This human model is included as part of an integrated simulation environment, called HVE (Human-Vehicle-Environment), described in previous research. The current paper first provides a general overview of the HVE user and development environments, and then provides detailed specifications for the HVE Human Model. These specifications include definitions for model parameters (supported human types and human properties, such as dimensions, inertias, joints and injury tolerances). The paper also provides detailed specifications for the HVE time-dependent human output group parameters (kinematics, joints, contacts, belts and airbags).
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