Intermittent Pneumatic Compression devices are widely used for various therapies concerning the cardio-circulatory or lymphatic system, and also for performance recovery in sports activity. The development and setup of such devices are mainly based on empirical procedures, while few researches adopt an engineering approach based on mathematical modeling and identification. In this approach the most critical point is the definition of parameters concerning the human-machine interaction. This paper proposes an original and simple method to identify such parameters, which allows to describe in effective way the main dynamic characteristics, fundamental for a correct design and control of the device.

Identification of physical parameters in a robotized IPC device interacting with human / Ferraresi, Carlo; Hajimirzaalian, Hamidreza; Maffiodo, Daniela. - STAMPA. - 490-491:(2014), pp. 1729-1733. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2013 International Conference on Control, Mechatronics and Automation (ICCMA 2013) [10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.490-491.1729].

Identification of physical parameters in a robotized IPC device interacting with human

FERRARESI, Carlo;HAJIMIRZAALIAN, HAMIDREZA;MAFFIODO, DANIELA
2014

Abstract

Intermittent Pneumatic Compression devices are widely used for various therapies concerning the cardio-circulatory or lymphatic system, and also for performance recovery in sports activity. The development and setup of such devices are mainly based on empirical procedures, while few researches adopt an engineering approach based on mathematical modeling and identification. In this approach the most critical point is the definition of parameters concerning the human-machine interaction. This paper proposes an original and simple method to identify such parameters, which allows to describe in effective way the main dynamic characteristics, fundamental for a correct design and control of the device.
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