Biomechanical and Electronic Engineering


According to the current international research hotspots in the field of biomechanical and electronic engineering, this book introduces the principles of biomechanical and electronic systems (referred to as biomechanical systems) in detail from the shallower to the deeper , Methods and some typical applications of research results. This book is divided into three chapters. The first is biomechanical systems, the second is biosignal detection, and the third is bioelectric signal processing and pattern recognition. The biomechanical system chapter contains six chapters, which introduces the structure and basic principles of typical biomechanical hardware systems; the biosignal detection chapter contains seven chapters, which introduces the electrical and magnetic characteristics and detection techniques of biological tissues; the bioelectric signal processing and pattern recognition chapters Contains seven chapters, introducing the analysis and processing of bioelectric signals and the method of pattern recognition.

"Biomechanical and Electronic Engineering" can be used by researchers engaged in biomechanical and electronic engineering and related fields, and can also be used as a reference book for undergraduate and graduate courses.

Book Catalog

The first biomechanical system

Chapter 1 Human Brain-Robot Interface System

1.1 Human Brain-Robot Interface system overview

1.2 Human brain-robot interface system structure

1.2.1 Signal acquisition

1.2.2 Signal processing

1.2 .3 Command execution

1.2.4 Feedback

1.3 Brain-computer information interaction

1.3.1 P300

1.3.2 Vision Evoked potential

1.3.3 Slow cortical potential

1.3.4 Rhythm and p-rhythm

1 3.5 ERD/ERS

1.4 NEUBCI —ⅡBrain-computer interface system

1.4.1 pre-measurement

1.4.2 noise processing

1.4.3 safety design

1.4.4 Data Collection

1.4.5 Software Design

Thinking Questions

Chapter 2 Electromyographic Prostheses

2.1 Electromyographic Prosthetic system structure

2.2 Signal processing and feedback

2.3 Design of upper knee prosthesis

2.4 Design of human-like artificial hand mechanism

2.4. 1 Finger structure

2.4.2 Drive and transmission design

2.4.3 Overall structure

Thinking questions

Chapter 3 Electronic Robot System

3.1 Human-Robot System

3.2 Electronic Human System

3.3 Electronic Tongue

Thinking questions

Chapter 4 Rehabilitation Robot

4.1 Development Overview of Rehabilitation Robot

4.2 Rehabilitation Robot System Structure

4.2.1 Training Objectives and Scenarios

4.2.2 Mechanical support system

4.2.3 Drive, control and feedback

4.2.4 Training and evaluation mode

4.3 Horse riding machine design

Thinking questions

Chapter 5 Surgical Robots

5.1 Overview of the development of surgical robots

5.2 Surgical robot system structure

5.3 Surgical robot arm

5.3.1 Classification of mechanical arm

5.3.2 Central point of distal motion towel

5.4 Surgical robot touch

5.5 Laser Surgical Robot

Thinking Questions


Part 2 Biosignal Detection

Part 3 Bioelectric Signal Processing And pattern recognition

Appendix A

Appendix B


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