Dependence of jumping performance on muscle properties when humans use only calf muscles for propulsion.

@article{Zajac1984DependenceOJ,
  title={Dependence of jumping performance on muscle properties when humans use only calf muscles for propulsion.},
  author={Felix E. Zajac and Roger William Wicke and William S. Levine},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={1984},
  volume={17 7},
  pages={
          513-23
        }
}
Using optimal control techniques, maximum height jumps were simulated for humans who held their body rigid except for the ankle. Three dynamic models of ankle torque generation based on known calf muscle properties were used. Force and kinematics obtained from the simulations using nominal and perturbed parameters were compared with data obtained from humans who had performed this type of jump. One torque model incorporated the series elastic, force-length and force-velocity properties of… CONTINUE READING
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