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David, Jonas Paul; Helbig, Thomas; Witte, Hartmut
SenGlove - a modular wearable device to measure kinematic parameters of the human hand. - In: Bioengineering, ISSN 2306-5354, Bd. 10 (2023), 3, 324, S. 1-29

For technical or medical applications, the knowledge of the exact kinematics of the human hand is key to utilizing its capability of handling and manipulating objects and communicating with other humans or machines. The optimal relationship between the number of measurement parameters, measurement accuracy, as well as complexity, usability and cost of the measuring systems is hard to find. Biomechanic assumptions, the concepts of a biomechatronic system and the mechatronic design process, as well as commercially available components, are used to develop a sensorized glove. The proposed wearable introduced in this paper can measure 14 of 15 angular values of a simplified hand model. Additionally, five contact pressure values at the fingertips and inertial data of the whole hand with six degrees of freedom are gathered. Due to the modular design and a hand size examination based on anthropometric parameters, the concept of the wearable is applicable to a large variety of hand sizes and adaptable to different use cases. Validations show a combined root-mean-square error of 0.99° to 2.38° for the measurement of all joint angles on one finger, surpassing the human perception threshold and the current state-of-the-art in science and technology for comparable systems.

Witte, Hartmut;
The interplay of biomimetics and biomechatronics. - In: Biomimetics, ISSN 2313-7673, Bd. 7 (2022), 3, 96, S. 1-9

Biomechatronics is an engineering subject in which biomimetics as a method is one of its two supporting pillars: biology for engineering, or Bio4Eng. This is contrasted with biocompatible design, or Eng4Bio, examples of which are human-serving systems, such as exoskeletons, and biomedical engineering. The paper aims to illustrate that the research fields of biomimetics, biomechatronics, and biomedical engineering are not in competition but mutually supportive. The current attempts to place biomechatronics under the umbrella of biomimetics or biomedical engineering are therefore not expedient; they deprive the subject of its strength of combining Bio4Eng and Eng4Bio at any time in a task-related manner. In addition to research and development, however, the training of the specialists supporting the subjects must not be disregarded and is therefore described based on a proven design.

Sartori, Julian; Köhring, Sebastian; Bruns, Stefan; Moosmann, Julian; Hammel, Jörg Ulrich
Gaining insight into the deformation of Achilles tendon entheses in mice. - In: Advanced engineering materials, ISSN 1527-2648, Bd. 23 (2021), 11, 2100085, S. 1-11

Understanding the biomechanics of tendon entheses is fundamental for surgical repair and tissue engineering but also relevant in biomimetics and paleontology. Examinations into the 3D tissue deformation under load are an important element in this process. However, entheses are difficult objects for microcomputed tomography due to extreme differences in X-ray attenuation. Herein, the ex vivo examination of Achilles tendon entheses from mice using a combination of tensile tests and synchrotron radiation-based microcomputed tomography is reported. Strains and volume changes are compared between the more proximal free tendon and the distal tendon that wraps around the Tuber calcanei. Tomographic datasets of relaxed and deformed entheses are recorded with propagation-based phase contrast. The tissue structure is rendered in sufficient detail to enable manual tracking of patterns along the tendon, as well as digital volume correlation in a suitable pair of tomographic datasets. The strains are higher in the distal than in the proximal tendon. These results support the existence of a compliant zone near the insertion. Necessary steps to extend the automatic tracking of tissue displacements to all stages of the deformation experiment are discussed.

Döring, Tanja; Lutherdt, Stefan; Fritz, Jessica
Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstelle in der digitalen Fabrikhalle 2030 : DKE : Teil 5: "Umgang mit Unterschieden zwischen Kulturen, Milieus, Generationen, Bildungsniveaus, Überforderungsschwellen". - In: DIN-Mitteilungen + Elektronorm, ISSN 0722-2912, Bd. 99 (2020), 8, S. 35-38

Herrmann, Thomas; Lutherdt, Stefan; Fritz, Jessica
Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstelle in der digitalen Fabrikhalle 2030 : DKE : Teil 2: "Die Kooperation mehrerer Nutzer in unterschiedlichen Rollen beim Maschineneinsatz" (Zukunftszenario 1). - In: DIN-Mitteilungen + Elektronorm, ISSN 0722-2912, Bd. 99 (2020), 2, S. 10-14

Noubissi, André; Lutherdt, Stefan; Klippert, Jürgen
Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstelle in der digitalen Fabrikhalle 2030 : DKE : Teil 7: Szenario 7 "Die Maschine als Lernort" und Szenario 8 "Smartwatches im Fertigungsumfeld". - In: DIN-Mitteilungen + Elektronorm, ISSN 0722-2912, Bd. 99 (2020), 12, S. 20-24

Zimmermann, Klaus; Chavez, Jhohan; Becker, Tatiana; Witte, Hartmut; Schilling, Cornelius; Köhring, Sebastian; Böhm, Valter; Monkman, Gareth J.; Prem, Nina; Sindersberger, Dirk; Lutz, Irina
Podchod k sozdaniju gibkogo &ptbov;elementa zachvata s adaptivnoj formoj na osnove magnitočuvstvitelьnych &ptbov;elastomerob s bioinspirirovannoj sensornoj poverchnostьju :
An approach to a form-adaptive compliant gripper element based on magneto-senstive elastomers with a bioinspired sensorized surface. - In: Problems of mechanics, ISSN 1512-0740, (2019), No. 2(75), Seite 23-38

Bartsch, Heike; Peipmann, Ralf; Himmerlich, Marcel; Müller, Jens; Bund, Andreas; Witte, Hartmut
PEDOT coating applied on thick film gold electrodes for increased miniaturization capability. - In: Progress in organic coatings, Bd. 135 (2019), S. 545-554

Kohlhof, Hendrik; Köhring, Sebastian; Wirtz, Dieter Christian; Witte, Hartmut
Force plates may be used for dynamic analyses of endoprostheses explantation procedures. - In: Biomedical engineering, ISSN 1862-278X, Bd. 64 (2019), 2, S. 243-245

Bartsch, Heike; Peipmann, Ralf; Himmerlich, Marcel; Frant, Marion; Rothe, Holger; Liefeith, Klaus; Witte, Hartmut
Surface properties and biocompatibility of thick film materials used in ceramic bioreactors. - In: Materialia, ISSN 2589-1529, Volume 5 (2019), article 100213, 7 Seiten