Enhancement of physiological and mechanical modelling of the skeletal muscle controlled by Functional Electrical Stimulation

@inproceedings{HEL2004EnhancementOP,
  title={Enhancement of physiological and mechanical modelling of the skeletal muscle controlled by Functional Electrical Stimulation},
  author={Guiraud Makssoud HEL},
  year={2004}
}
  • Guiraud Makssoud HEL
  • Published 2004
This work establishes a mathematical muscle model which describes the complex physiological system of the skeletal muscle based on the macroscopic Hill and microscopic Huxley concepts. A new study published by Sorine opened the possibility of controlling the heart muscle model by using a chemical control input to stimulate the contractile element of the model. Starting with this concept, we have proposed a new physiological and mechanical skeletal muscle model where we take into account the… CONTINUE READING

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