May
Lloyd
Catherine
2009-03-10T00:00:00+00:00
Auckland Bioengineering Institute
This is a model for the Muscle-Tendon Dynamics for a knee joint loading problem. Each muscle-tendon unit in the model was modeled as a three-component Hill model. The contractile element was assumed to produce a force F_CE which depends on CE length, L_CE, CE lengthening velocity V_CE, and on active state a.
keyword
Su
A.
2003-12-00 00:00
125
874
Development and Validation of a 3-D Model to Predict Knee Joint Loading During Dynamic Movement
864
14986412
S.G.
McLean
Catherine Lloyd
The dimensional inconsistencies should now have been resolved
A.J.
van den Bogert
Transactions of the ASME
Harrington
Paul
2009-04-14T12:22:16+12:00
Corrected units and corrected a couple of equations - one to match the paper and one to correct the piecewise equation MathML.
mechanical constitutive laws
muscular skeletal
neuromuscular
Paul
paul.harrington@auckland.ac.nz