System performance and efficiency depends on the stability criteria. The lower limb prosthetic model design requires some prerequisites such as hardware design functionality and compatibility of the building block materials. Effective implementation of mathematical model simulation symmetry towards the achievement of hardware design is the focus of the present work. Different postures of lower limb have been considered in this paper to be analyzed for artificial system design of lower limb movement. The generated polynomial equations of the sitting and standing positions of the normal limb are represented with overall system transfer function. The behavioral analysis of the lower limb model shows the nonlinear nature. The Euler-Lagrange method is utilized to describe the nonlinearity in the field of forward dynamics of the artificial system. The stability factor through phase portrait analysis is checked with respect to nonlinear system characteristics of the lower limb. The asymptotic stability has been achieved utilizing the most applicable Lyapunov method for nonlinear systems. The stability checking of the proposed artificial lower extremity is the newer approach needed to take decisions on output implementation in the system design.
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The authors of the paper are grateful for the support of Indian Institute of Information Technology Kalyani.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Computer Science (miscellaneous)
- Chemistry (miscellaneous)
- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)