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The RMSE value, compared with the value for simple pendulum motion (Fig. 7 deg) of θR. Fig. 14 (b) shows the angular acceleration waveforms measured with this method. Good agreement between this waveform and the waveform when the reference angle gauge output was differentiated twice was also confirmed. 32 Advanced Topics in Measurements 60 angle (deg) 40 θ θR 20 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 time (s) 6 8 10 12 time (s) −20 −40 −60 (a) 2 angular acceleration (rad/s ) 30 20 10 0 0 2 4 −10 −20 −30 (b) Fig. 14.

Afferent fiber and efferent fiber function respectively as the transmission pathways for the afferent signal and efferent signal, which are both transmitted as impulses. afferent nerve spinal cord (α-motoneuron) efferent nerve receptor (muscle spindle) effector (muscle) stimulation (muscle stretch) contractile force (muscle contraction) Fig. 3. Path of stretch reflex. The reflex pathway described above (receptor → spinal cord → effector) is called a reflex arc. The stretch reflex is generated not only by passive muscle stretching, but also in response to conscious stretching of a muscle.

2011). The fundamental configuration for the detection of knee joint pendulum motion is shown in Fig. 6(a). Accelerometers 1 and 2 are fixed on an accelerometer mounting bar separated by a certain distance (L1, L2) from point A on the rotation axis. The sensing direction of the accelerometer is the direction orthogonal to the bar on the paper. At this time, the direction of sensor attachment must be accurately fixed. However, attachment of the bar when measuring knee joint motion only needs to be fixed freely in a position within the plane of rotation of the knee joint and along the fibula as shown in Fig.

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