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Raziel Riemer
12-16-2003, 06:55 AM
Thanks for all the comments and advices in response to my inquiry.
Here is the summary of the responses. Some of them repeated the same
information and therefore I did not include them in this mail.

At the bottom you could find the original inquiry.
Again thanks all the people that response, it was a great help.
Raziel


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Hello Raziel,

I do not have a paper concerning the issue, but you can find a full body
model for inverse dynamics in the AnyScript repository at
http://anybody.auc.dk. This model works together with the AnyBody
Modeling System, which is currently available for free download but will
become commercial software.

However, the model itself is and will remain public domain. It is
developed as the joint effort of several research projects.

Please post a summary of the replies you get to biomch-l.

Best regards,
John

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John Rasmussen, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D., jr@ime.auc.dk,
http://www.ime.auc.dk/~jr
The AnyBody Project, http://anybody.auc.dk
Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Aalborg University,
Pontoppidanstraede 101, DK-9220 Aalborg East, Denmark


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Hi Raziel

The following reference uses a full body model with more than 300
muscles

Søren T. Christensen, Karl Siebertz, Michael Damsgaard, Mark de Zee,
John
Rasmussen, Gunther Paul: Human seat modeling using inverse dynamic
musculo-skeletal models. Digital Human Modeling for Design and
Engineering,
Society of Automotive Engineers, Montreal, Canada, 16-19 June, 2003.

You may also want to have a look on http://www.anybody.auc.dk/ here you
will
be able to find a repository of models, which covers a full body to be
used
for inverse analysis. The model repository is an attempt to create a
library of models to be shared between users. The models are made for
the
AnyBody modeling system, which currently can be downloaded for free
during a
beta test program (see www.anybodytech.com)

Please make a summary of the responses you get.

Best regards

Søren T. Christensen


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Hi,

Since I work with children, I used the regression equations of Robert
Jensen as described in:
Jensen RK.
Body segment mass, radius and radius of gyration proportions of childre
J. Biomechanics, 19(5),pp. 359-368, 1986

These are also based on static situation, but I did use them for full
body modeling during motion anyway. Do you have bad experiences with
that??

In the literature update of a few weeks ago there were some interesting
papers too, all of them published in Biological Science. If you don't
have that update, I copy paste the references overhere.


van Leeuwen J. Aerts P.
Modelling in biomechanics - Introduction
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1427-1428, 2003 Sep 29.

Alexander RM.
Modelling approaches in biomechanics
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1429-1435, 2003 Sep 29.

Epstein M. Herzog W.
Aspects of skeletal muscle modelling
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1445-1452, 2003 Sep 29.

Otten E.
Inverse and forward dynamics: models of multi-body systems
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1493-1500, 2003 Sep 29.

Pandy MG.
Simple and complex models for studying muscle function in walking
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1501-1509, 2003 Sep 29.

Aerts P. Van Damme R. D'Aout K. Van Hooydonck B.
Bipedalism in lizards: whole-body modelling reveals a possible spandrel
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1525-1533, 2003 Sep 29.

Denny MW. Hale BB.
Cyberkelp: an integrative approach to the modelling of flexible
organisms
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1535-1542, 2003 Sep 29.

Spedding GR.
Comparing fluid mechanics models with experimental data
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1567-1576, 2003 Sep 29.

Wootton RJ. Herbert RC. Young PG. Evans KE.
Approaches to the structural modelling of insect wings
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1577-1587, 2003 Sep 29.

Koehl MAR.
Physical modelling in biomechanics
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Series B:
Biological Sciences. 358(1437):1589-1596, 2003 Sep 29.

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Ghent University
Dept. of Movement and Sport Sciences
Watersportlaan 2, B-9000 Gent
tel.: +32-9-264.63.12
fax: +32-9-264.64.84

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-----Original Message-----


I am looking for papers regarding human full body modeling for inverse
dynamics.
I have seen models for two legs and HAT (Head, Arms, and Torso) that use
the bottom up approach, and have also seen some static modeling that
used the top-bottom approach (usually in symmetric postures).
However I could not find paper on full body during motion.

I would like to know if any one of you can refer me to such a reference.

Thank you very much

Raziel Riemer
PhD Student
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Eng.
Mail Address:
MC-244, 1206 W. Green Street Urbana, Illinois 61801
Phone : (217)244-0763
FAX : (217)244-6534

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