KONTROL KECEPATAN DAN INKLINASI PADA TREADMILL BERDASARKAN DATA KARDIOVASKULAR

MUFIEDAH, MUFIEDAH (2016) KONTROL KECEPATAN DAN INKLINASI PADA TREADMILL BERDASARKAN DATA KARDIOVASKULAR. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Dalam berolahraga ada fase-fase yang harus dilakukan, yaitu fase pemanasan, fase proses olahraga itu sendiri, serta fase pendinginan. Pada kenyataannya sering kali fase-fase ini dilewatkan. Berdasarkan anjuran dari produsen treadmill KETTLER RUN 11 serta dengan bantuan Karvonen Formula, diciptakan sistem untuk menentukan beban latihan saat berolahraga lari berdasarkan kebutuhan tiap-tiap individu. Karvonen Formula merupakan suatu rumus atau formula yang dipergunakan untuk menghitung nilai heart rate minimal dan nilai heart rate maksimal seseorang. Dalam perhitungannya dibutuhkan informasi usia, jenis kelamin, nilai resting heart rate, serta level intensitas olahraga yang diinginkan dari individu yang akan dihitung nilai heart rate minimal dan maksimalnya. Pada saat sistem dijalankan, 3 buah elektroda yang terpasang pada dada disambungkan ke ECG Wireless untuk kegiatan monitoring. Pengambilan data dilakukan pada 15 subyek dimana 9 diantaranya perempuan. Setiap subyek berlari menggunakan treadmill yang telah dipasangi sistem kontrol dan aktivitas kelistrikan jantungnya dipantau melalui ECG Wireless yang mengirimkan data tersebut ke laptop. Dari 15 subyek yang diambil datanya menunjukkan kenaikan nilai heart rate yang stabil ketika menjalankan fase pemanasan dan fase proses. Sedangkan pada fase pendinginan mengalami penurunan yang juga stabil hanya saja nilai penurunannya lebih tajam dibanding kenaikannya. Pada saat pembilan data terdapat 5 subyek yang menyatakan tidak sanggup mengikuti sistem sampai akhir, yaitu 3 subyek perempuan dan 2 subyek laki-laki. Untuk pengembangan berikutnya diharapkan adanya penambahan parameter penentu kelelahan. "=============================================================================================" While doing sports or exercise there are severeal rules that you have to follow in order to avoid hurting yourself. Before you start working out, you have to warming up your body. After warming up your body, you may do your exercise. As important as warm up, you have to cooling down your body before you completely stop the exercise. In reality we often skip warm up and cool down, it is not good for our body. We might hurting ourselves. Based on advise from treadmill manufacturer, KETTLER, and also using Karvonen Formula as rules a new system is created. This system controlling speed and inclination of treadmill based on certain needs of each person. Karvonen Formula is a formula to determine people’s maximum and minimum heart rate values. In order to use Karvonen Formula, several information are needed. These informations are age, gender, heart resting value, and which exercise intensity that user wants. While the system running, user will use 3 electrodes on their chest. Those electrodes are connected by wire to ECG Wireless for monitoring reason. This experiment included 15 person, 9 were females, were showing the increasing value of heart rate while warm up and decreasing value of heart rate while cool down. The changes of heart rate value are stable and good. While doing this experiment, 5 out of 15 people gave up in the middle of exercise. They’re claimed that they’re not able to finish the exercise. They were 3 females. As for the further research, this system need another parameter to determine user’s state of fatigue.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSE 616.120 754 7 Muf k
Uncontrolled Keywords: ECG, treadmill, Karvonen Formula.
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5105 Data Transmission Systems
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Electrical Engineering > (S1) Undergraduate Theses
Depositing User: Users 13 not found.
Date Deposited: 17 Jan 2017 08:24
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2018 02:38
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/1665

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