2017
DOI: 10.1177/0309364616637956
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Use of three-dimensional digital image correlation to evaluate mechanical response of prosthetic systems

Abstract: The results show that the use of three-dimensional digital image correlation can be a tool for the prosthetist to optimize the prosthesis considering features related to the material and design, in order to bear with real patient-specific load conditions. Clinical relevance Three-dimensional digital image correlation can support decision-making on new designs and materials for prosthetics based on quantitative data. Better understanding of mechanical response could also assist prescription for appropriate pros… Show more

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“…Therefore, this article proposes the use of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) to evaluate the deformation of a prosthetic socket whilst walking before and after cyclic loading. DIC is a noncontact optical-numerical technique to measure deformations and strains on the surface of a material/device and has been used in the field of prosthetics and orthotics to measure amongst others the deformation of the residual limb [9], prosthetic feet [10], ankle-foot orthoses [16] and prostheses for Chopart amputation [11].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, this article proposes the use of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) to evaluate the deformation of a prosthetic socket whilst walking before and after cyclic loading. DIC is a noncontact optical-numerical technique to measure deformations and strains on the surface of a material/device and has been used in the field of prosthetics and orthotics to measure amongst others the deformation of the residual limb [9], prosthetic feet [10], ankle-foot orthoses [16] and prostheses for Chopart amputation [11].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%