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    Dear Group

    I am a graduate student at the University of Tennessee in biomechanics. I am
    currently working on my thesis. I am trying to develop a muscle model for the
    triceps surae muscle-tendon complex applied to landing. I am using Maarten
    Bobbert's paper as a guide. However I am having difficulty with the eccentric
    component of the model. When graphing out the Force-velocity curve much like
    Nigg and Herzogg did in their book, the eccentric component of the graph is
    quite strange. Thus, my question and call for help is to anyone who could give
    me a lead on some literature dealing with this problem.

    Sincerely,

    Kurt

    Kurt Clowers
    Biomechanics
    The University of Tennessee
    1914 Andy Holt Drive
    Knoxville, TN 37996
    865-974-8768

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