Mathematical Modelling Design of Myoelectric Control System For 3D Prosthetic Hand


Abubaker M. Saeed, Majid H. Faidh-Allah


University of Baghdad / College of Engineering / Mechanical Department

Corresponding Author Email: harith.m.s.h@gmail.com

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The objective of research is to design low cost Myoelectrical hand which utilize Myoelectrical control. Surface EMG signals had been acquired from the residual limb of the hand, perform pre-processing task and featured extraction on EMG signals. The exploratory research of simple, effective and low-cost design of microcontroller-based 3D prosthetic hand using EMG signals. A Myoelectric controller prosthesis is an externally powered artificial limb that you control with the electrical signals generated naturally by your own muscles. The final output of EMG signals applied through servo motor to the 3D Myoelectric hand. The mechatronic design of the prosthetic hand is inspired by the human muscle tendon system.