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“…PCSA data were taken from Chao et al (1989) for the fingers and from Ramsay et al (2009) for the wrist. According to the posture adopted during this experiment, muscle moment arms were computed assuming a neutral position (0° in flexion-extension, abduction-adduction and pronation-supination) for all joints using the data from Chao et al (1989) for the fingers and from Lemay and Crago (1996) for the wrist. Moment arms about the finger…”
Section: Data Analysis and Estimations Of The Muscle Capacitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PCSA data were taken from Chao et al (1989) for the fingers and from Ramsay et al (2009) for the wrist. According to the posture adopted during this experiment, muscle moment arms were computed assuming a neutral position (0° in flexion-extension, abduction-adduction and pronation-supination) for all joints using the data from Chao et al (1989) for the fingers and from Lemay and Crago (1996) for the wrist. Moment arms about the finger…”
Section: Data Analysis and Estimations Of The Muscle Capacitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PCSA data was taken from Chao, An, Cooney, and Linscheid (1989) for the fingers, and from Ramsay, Hunter, and Gonzalez (2009) for the wrist. Depending on the posture adopted during this experiment, muscle moment arms were computed assuming a neutral position (0° in flexion-extension, abduction-adduction, and pronation-supination) for all joints using the data from Chao et al (1989) for the fingers, and from Lemay and Crago (1996) for the wrist. Moment arms about the finger joints were scaled for each participant using their hand length (Chao et al, 1989).…”
Section: Data Analysis and Estimation Of Muscle Capacitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The muscle stress limit (S max ) has been obtained from Zajac (1989). The remaining required parameters to establish the force-length and force-velocity relationships have been obtained from Lee and Rim (1990), Lemay and Crago (1996), Jacobson et al (1992) and Kaufman et al (1991). Most of the muscles do not act directly on the bones, but through the force transmitted to the tendons.…”
Section: Musculoskeletal Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%