Jonas Östh

Forskare at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety, Person Injury Prevention

Projects

2013–2016

Virtual Vehicle-safety Assessment: Open Source Human Body Models addressing gender diversity (ViVA I)

Mats Svensson Person Injury Prevention
Karin Brolin Vehicle Safety
Jonas Östh Person Injury Prevention
VINNOVA

2011–2014

Aktiv human modell för prediktering av mänsklig rörelse, steg 2

Karin Brolin Vehicle Safety
Jóna Marin Olafsdottir Person Injury Prevention
Jonas Östh Person Injury Prevention
Johan Davidsson Person Injury Prevention
VINNOVA

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Publications

2017

The VIVA OpenHBM Finite Element 50th Percentile Female Occupant Model: Whole Body Model Development and Kinematic Validation

Jonas Östh, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Astrid Linder et al
IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury. Vol. Antwerp, 2017, September 13-15 (IRC-17-60), p. 443-466
Paper in proceedings
2017

Gender differences in Occupant Posture during Driving and Riding

Hattie Cutcliffe, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Jonas Östh et al
IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury. Vol. Antwerp, 2017, September 13-15 (IRC-17-12), p. 23-33
Paper in proceedings
2017

Effects of whole spine alignment patterns on neck responses in rear end impact

Fusako Sato Sakayachi, Mamiko Odani, Yusuke Miyazaki et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 18 (2), p. 199-206
Journal article
2016

A Female Ligamentous Cervical Spine Finite Element Model Validated for Physiological Loads

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Mats Svensson et al
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. Vol. 138 (6), p. Art. no. 061005-
Journal article
2016

Investigation of Whole Spine Alignment Patterns in Automotive Seated Posture Using Upright Open MRI Systems

Fusako Sato Sakayachi, Mamiko Odani, Yusuke Miyazaki et al
2016 International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI 2016, Malaga, Spain, 14-16 September 2016, p. 113-130
Paper in proceedings
2016

Development of a 50th Percentile Female Human Body Model

Jonas Östh, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Mats Svensson et al
2016 International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI 2016, Malaga, Spain, 14-16 September 2016, p. 573-575
Conference contribution
2016

Towards omni-directional active human body models

Karin Brolin, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Johan Iraeus et al
Conference contribution
2016

A female head–neck model for rear impact simulations

Jonas Östh, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Fusako Sato Sakayachi et al
Journal of Biomechanics, p. 49-56
Journal article
2015

A Human Body Model with Active Muscles for Simulation of Pre-Tensioned Restraints in Autonomous Braking Interventions

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Dan Bråse
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 16 (3), p. 304-313
Journal article
2015

Muscle Activation Strategies in Human Body Models for the Development of Integrated Safety

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir et al
Conference contribution
2015

Gender Differences in Occupant Posture and Muscle Activity with Motorized Seat Belts

Hattie Cutcliffe, Karin Brolin, Jonas Östh et al
Conference contribution
2015

Development of an Active 6-Year-Old Child Human Body Model for Simulation of Emergency Events

Karin Brolin, Isabelle Stockman, Hariharan Subramanian et al
IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, 9-11 September (IRC-15-74), p. 689-700
Paper in proceedings
2015

Which pragmatic FE HBM scaling technique can most accurately predict head impact conditions in pedestrian-car crashes?

Ruth Paas, Jonas Östh, Johan Davidsson
Proceeding of the 2015 International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics, p. 546-576
Paper in proceedings
2015

Aiming for an Average Female Virtual Human Body Model for Seat Performance Assessment in Rear-End Impacts

Karin Brolin, Jonas Östh, Fusako Sato Sakayachi et al
Conference contribution
2014

Modelling of Car Occupant Muscle Responses in a Finite Element Human Body Model

Jonas Östh, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Karin Brolin
Conference contribution
2014

Finite Element Musculoskeletal Model with Feedback Control to Simulate Spinal Postural Responses

Karin Brolin, Jonas Östh, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir et al
7th World Congress of Biomechanics. Vol. July 6-11, Boston, USA (18-14)
Conference contribution
2014

A Method to Model Anticipatory Postural Control in Driver Braking Events

Jonas Östh, Erik Eliasson, Riender Happee et al
Gait and Posture. Vol. 40 (4), p. 664-669
Journal article
2014

Evaluation at low g-level loading

Karin Brolin, Jonas Östh, Marie Nydahl
Conference contribution
2014

Modeling Active Human Muscle Responses during Driver and Autonomous Avoidance Maneuvers

Jonas Östh, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Karin Brolin
Conference contribution
2013

Simulation of active skeletal muscle tissue with a transversely isotropic viscohyperelastic continuum material model

Hamid Khodaei, Salar Mostofizadeh, Karin Brolin et al
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine. Vol. 227 (5), p. 571-580
Journal article
2013

Human Body Modeling for Integrated Safety Analyses, Adult and Child Models

Karin Brolin, Laure-Lise Gras, Jonas Östh et al
Conference contribution
2013

Human body modeling for integrated safety analyses using THUMS

Karin Brolin, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez, Jonas Östh et al
Conference contribution
2013

Passenger Kinematics and Muscle Responses in Autonomous Braking Events with Standard and  Reversible Pre‐tensioned Restraints

Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Jonas Östh, Johan Davidsson et al
IRCOBI Conference 2013 (IRC-13-70), p. 602-617
Paper in proceedings
2013

Driver Kinematic and Muscle Responses in Braking Events with Standard and Reversible Pre-tensioned Restraints: Validation Data for Human Models

Jonas Östh, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir, Johan Davidsson et al
Stapp car crash journal. Vol. 57, p. 1-41
Journal article
2012

Active muscle response using feedback control of a finite element human arm model

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Riender Happee
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 15 (4), p. 347-361
Journal article
2012

The Occupant Response to Autonomous Braking: A Modelling Approach That Accounts for Active Musculature

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Stina Carlsson et al
Traffic Injury Prevention. Vol. 13 (3), p. 265-277
Journal article
2011

Human Body Modelling with Active Musculature for Integrated Safety Analyses

Karin Brolin, Jac Wismans, Jonas Östh et al
Conference contribution
2011

HUMAN BODY MODELING FOR APPLIED TRAFFIC SAFETY

Karin Brolin, Jonas Östh, Manuel Mendoza-Vazquez
Conference contribution
2010

Implementing Active Properties of Musculature to Obtain Posture Maintaining Human Body Models for Crash Simulations

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Jac Wismans
6th World Congress of Biomechanics Abstracts, p. 61-
Conference contribution
2010

Closed loop control of FE arm model

Jonas Östh, Karin Brolin, Riender Happee
Conference contribution