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Angela Tate
12-17-2003, 03:40 AM
----- Original Message -----
From: "Raziel Riemer"
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Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 5:25 PM
Subject: [BIOMCH-L] Summary: human full body models for inverse dynamics


> 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
>
>
> ================================================== =================
>
> 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
>
> _________________
> 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
>
>
> ================================================== ===================
> 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
>
>
> ================================================== =====================
> 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.
>
> --
> Frederik Deconinck - PhD Student
> 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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