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“…This difference may be explained by a lack of direct muscle force and length measurements in their experimental results, joint-dependent neural activation, overestimation of hip or knee moment arms, or underestimation of the series elastic component's stiffness. The theoretical basis of the scaled sarcomere model has been criticized as well (Allinger et al, 1996; Morgan, 1985), but again, in no case has the model been directly compared to experimental data.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…This difference may be explained by a lack of direct muscle force and length measurements in their experimental results, joint-dependent neural activation, overestimation of hip or knee moment arms, or underestimation of the series elastic component's stiffness. The theoretical basis of the scaled sarcomere model has been criticized as well (Allinger et al, 1996; Morgan, 1985), but again, in no case has the model been directly compared to experimental data.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…By assuming non-overlap between active and passive sarcomere F-L curves, in a primary theoretical study of myofibril F-L relations (Allinger et al 1996), the standard GHJ model was considered inappropriate for sarcomeres to generate experimentally comparable myofibril F-L relations. However, the non-overlap assumption is unrealistic and rarely adopted in studies of muscle physiology.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…And we assumed that the contribution of the time available for active state development was represented as the magnitude of the enhancement in CO due to increasing the speed of active state development from c = 0.055 to instantaneous development (c = 1/1). It should be noted that when enough momentum was given to the mass before the maximal shortening capability of the CE (55% of L CEopt ; (Allinger et al, 1996)) was reached, the mass jumped.…”
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“…The CE model represented the force-length and force-velocity relationships reported by Hill (1938). The range of isometric force development capacity of the CE was defined as 45-155% of the optimal contractile element length (Allinger et al, 1996). Quadratic elastic property of the SEE was modeled such that an SEE strain of 4% was observed when the maximal isometric contraction force of the CE was applied to the SEE (Caldwell, 1995;Gerritsen et al, 1998).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning