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Hill-type muscle models are commonly used in biomechanical simulations to predict passive and active muscle forces. Here, a model is presented which consists of four elements: a contractile element with force-length and force-velocity relations for concentric and eccentric contractions, a parallel elastic element, a series elastic element, and a serial… (More)
A 26-year-old woman with dentofacial asymmetry shown by hemimandibular elongation and dental asymmetry was treated with a conservative orthodontic-prosthetic approach. The mechanics and sequence of treatment are described.
Computational modeling provides a framework to understand human movement control. For this approach, physiologically motivated and experimentally validated models are required to predict the dynamic interplay of the neuronal controller with the musculoskeletal biophysics. Previous studies show, that an adequate model of arm movements should consider muscle… (More)