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Segmental inertial parameters of the human trunk as determined from computed tomography
This study used computed tomography (CT) imaging to determinein vivo mass, center of mass (CM), and moments of inertia (Icm) about the CM of discrete segments of the human torso. Four subjects, twoExpand
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Inertial properties of the human trunk of males determined from magnetic resonance imaging
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the segmental parameters of the human trunk of malesin vivo using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In addition, the efficacy of volumetric estimation andExpand
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Force transducer system for measurement of ice hockey skating force
The purpose of this study was to develop a portable force measurement system for ice hockey skating. The system consisted of three strain gauge pairs affixed to an ice hockey skate’s blade holderExpand
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Trunk muscle parameters determined from MRI for lean to obese males.
Transverse magnetic resonance images at the L(4)-L(5) level of 26 males ranging in body mass index from 19.7 to 39.5 were digitized using a computer video monitor with mouse-mediated digitizationExpand
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Projectile Impact Testing of Ice Hockey Helmets: Headform Kinematics and Dynamic Measurement of Localize d Pressure Distribution.
Ice hockey pucks are rubber projectiles that can carry >180 J of kinetic energy during a slap shot. When striking the temporal region of the skull, pressures capable of fracture can occur. DespiteExpand
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The geometry of the psoas muscle as determined by magnetic resonance imaging.
Magnetic resonance images from fifteen physically active and asymptomatic male volunteers were collected to present morphometric parameters on the psoas and its moment arms, which are important inExpand
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Impact of hockey skate design on ankle motion and force production
Dynamic forces and range of motion (ROM) were measured during on-ice skating using a standard hockey skate and a modified skate (MS) with an altered tendon guard and eyelet configuration. TheExpand
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Comparison of three noninvasive methods for measuring scoliosis.
The premise behind most noninvasive techniques for the measurement of scoliotic conditions of the spine is that the lateral distortion of the spine relates directly to transverse rib cage deformityExpand
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Ice hockey skate starts: a comparison of high and low calibre skaters
The forward skating start is a fundamental skill for ice hockey players, yet extremely challenging given the low traction of the ice surface. The technique for maximum skating acceleration of theExpand
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Impact performance of ice hockey helmets: head acceleration versus focal force dispersion
Modern sport helmets certified to various international safety standards have virtually eliminated the incidence of cranial fracture and fatal brain injury in contact sports; however, the occurrenceExpand
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