Modeling of An Arm Via Kane ’ s Method : An Inverse Dynamic Approach

  • Hirza F
  • Ariff M
  • Rambely A
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An arm segment with three joints, namely shoulder, elbow and wrist joints, which comprises upper arm, lower arm and hand- racket segments model is developed using the Kanes method. Through the inverse dynamic approach, the unknown torque at each joint is found using kinematic data produced from an observation of a professional badminton player in a Thomas Cups Tournament. The subject is 1.80 m in height and weighs 80 kilograms. The result shows that the elbow joint produced the highest value of torque during contact while performing the jumping smash activity

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  • inverse dynamic
  • kane
  • s method
  • three kinematic chain
  • torques

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  • Fadiah Hirza

  • Mohammad Ariff

  • Azmin Sham Rambely

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