Brian F. Gray

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The set of kinetic equations that defines a deterministic model of muscle contraction, based on the sliding filament hypothesis in which the relative sliding velocity is an independent variable, is numerically integrated under the simulated conditions of sinusoidal length perturbation. The frequency response curve of phase angle and dynamic stiffness are in(More)
The steady states of the dynamical Endex CSTR problem are analysed in terms of degenerate bifurcation (singularity) theory. Steady-state analysis is used in two ways: (1) as a device to assist in understanding and predicting complex dynamical behaviour, and (2) as a practical design and operational tool, by applying the concept of quasi-static parameter(More)