Anthropometric and Biomechanics Analysis of Lower Limb Exoskeleton for Indonesian Population

Z. F. Rosyada, Sulardjaka, Munadi, E. Muslim

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Abstract

Robotic Lower limb exoskeleton is a powered mechanical device for medical rehabilitation of people with disabilities or paralyzed from the waist down (paraplegia). The number of people with paraplegia is quite large in Indonesia, whilst the devices available on the market are very expensive, not affordable to most Indonesian people. And they are designed for the size of European or American. By then, Mechanical Department of Diponegoro University had been developed a prototype of an affordable lower limb exoskeleton robot. This research discusses the anthropometric and biomechanical aspects of the lower limb exoskeleton to fit the Indonesian posture and analyse the biomechanics for the user. Anthropometry analysis was performed using the Jack V8.2 software.

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