Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System : Modeling of by Dao, Tien Tua; Tho, Marie-Christine Ho Ba

By Dao, Tien Tua; Tho, Marie-Christine Ho Ba

The subject of this ebook is the modeling of knowledge uncertainty and information for a future health engineering challenge reminiscent of the biomechanics of the musculoskeletal process. this is often the 1st ebook in this topic. It starts off with the cutting-edge in similar subject matters equivalent to facts uncertainty, wisdom modeling, and the biomechanics of the musculoskeletal procedure, by way of primary and theoretical points of this box. Clinically proper purposes of musculoskeletal process modeling are then brought. The booklet finishes with a bankruptcy on sensible software program and instruments for wisdom modeling and reasoning purposes.

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20 Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System For the muscle constitutive law, a Hill-type rheological model [HIL 38] is commonly used to define the force – length and force-velocity relationships [ZAJ 89]. 11. The Hill-based model has five input parameters: FM0 which is the peak isometric muscle force derived from the cross-sectional area of the muscle M; lM0 is the optimal muscle-fiber length, the length at which the muscle develops maximum force; α 0 is the optimal fiber length; lTS is the tendon slack length, the length at which tendons begin to transmit force when stretched; and VMmax is the maximum contraction velocity of the muscle.

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