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“…It was long since it had been documented that assumptions used to define the musculotendon paths (and consequently moment arms) near the joints are of critical importance for the musculoskeletal model behavior and reliability of the consequent muscle force estimates [13,15,16]. In many applications, the musculotendon paths are defined as the lines connecting the actual origin and insertion points of the muscles.…”
Section: The Upper Limb Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…It was long since it had been documented that assumptions used to define the musculotendon paths (and consequently moment arms) near the joints are of critical importance for the musculoskeletal model behavior and reliability of the consequent muscle force estimates [13,15,16]. In many applications, the musculotendon paths are defined as the lines connecting the actual origin and insertion points of the muscles.…”
Section: The Upper Limb Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several investigations studied the sensitivity of the results to anthropometrical parameters used in the human models. Important is accurate identification of the origin and insertion points [13,14] and the muscle paths relative to the skeleton [13,15,16], which determine the muscle moment arms around the joints, and as such, increase/decrease the muscle force estimates. The magnitudes of muscle force estimates are also sensitive to the muscle maximum isometric stresses and physiological cross-sectional areas [17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Two main tools have been used in biomechanics for developing computational models: finite element analysis (FEA) (Giddings et al, 2000;Li, Gil, Kanamori, & Woo, 1999;van der Helm, 1994b;Wu, Dong, Smutz, & Schopper, 2003) and multibody dynamics (MBD) (Anderson & Pandy, 2001;Barker, Kirtley, & Ratanapinunchai, 1997;Chaudhari & Andriacchi, 2006;Cohen et al, 2003;Freund & Takala, 2001;Gonzalez, Andritsos, Barr, & Abraham, 1993;Gonzalez et al, 1996;Hirokawa, 1991;Iwasaki et al, 1998;Kwak et al, 2000;Lemay & Crago, 1996;Li et al, 1999;Liacouras & Wayne, 2007;Lin et al, 2005; Morey-Klapsing, Arampatzis, & Bruggemann, 2005;Nagano et al, 2005;Peck et al, 2000;Piazza & Delp, 2001;Raikova, 1992Raikova, , 1996Shelburne et al, 2004;Triolo, Werner, & Kirsch, 2001;Wismans et al, 1980). FEA has the ability to predict the stress and strain within tissue in articulating contacts.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Una buena parte de los modelos biomecánicos de miembro superior publicados son modelos cuyo objetivo es estimar el esfuerzo que realizan los diferentes grupos musculares del miembro superior cuando éste se ve sometido a un esfuerzo o realiza un movimiento [50,62,69], el ámbito de éstos trabajos es el obtener modelos de optimización en la distribución de las cargas de los distintos grupos musculares y compararlos con los patrones en sujetos experimentales con el objetivo de conocer de qué modo optimiza una persona la distribución de cargas.…”
Section: Biomecánica Del Miembro Superiorunclassified