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jwright92
09-06-2004, 09:34 PM
I can't answer all your questions but the information I have on the Hill
model (I'm reading from 'Neuromechanics of Human Movement' by Roger M Enoka)
is that the whole model approximates one muscle fiber. The various elements
are there to model certain characteristics such as force/length and
force/velocity relationships.

Regards

Joe Wright
badmintology@topracket.com
www.topracket.com/Badmintology
>
> > I would like to use the Hill-model
> > which constitutes of a Contractile Element
> > (CE), a Series Elastic Element (SE) and a
> > parallel element (PE).
> > First of all I would like to pose those questions:
> >
> > CE corrresponds to muscle fiber,
> > SE to tendon and PE to other
> > passive elements??
>
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