View Full Version : sit-to-stand angle and torque history

Wes Eby
04-03-2001, 11:08 AM
I am attempting to create a model of the sit-to-stand movement for a 4th
year computer engineering project. I would like to test the model
against emperical data, and am therefore looking for a history of the
ankle, knee, and hip angles ( angular velocity and acceleration would be
nice too, I will take derivatives if I must ) as well as the torques
required at each joint. Does anybody have that information, or know
from where it may be obtained?

Sources Checked:
Manual trace of many journal articles and relevant references
David Winter's Biomechanics of Human Movement
David Winter's Biomechanics and motor control of Human Gait

Wes Eby

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