Articulated Total Body Model Version V; User's Manual.
VERIDIAN DAYTON OH
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The Articulated Total Body ATB Model is used by the Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL and other organizations, companies ad educational institutions for predicting gross human body response in various dynamic environments, especially automobile crashes and aircraft ejection with wind blast exposure. The ATB-V Model introduces three new simulation tools 1 water force simulation, 2 joint actuator simulation, and 3 deformable segments, along with several minor changes. This Users Guide accompanies the release of the ATB-V version. It contains comprehensive information on the ATB model and its input structure. It is restructured completely from the previous versions User Guide with extensive modifications. Section 1 provides guidelines on how to Install and the ATB program. Section 2 gives a general description of the ATB model and its structure. An overview of the ATB input data and output files is provided in Section 3. The appendices contain example input and output files from the model.
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