Intra-Articular Knee Contact Force Estimation During Walking Using Force-Reaction Elements and Subject-Specific Joint Model.

@article{Jung2016IntraArticularKC,
  title={Intra-Articular Knee Contact Force Estimation During Walking Using Force-Reaction Elements and Subject-Specific Joint Model.},
  author={Yihwan Jung and Cong-Bo Phan and Seungbum Koo},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={138 2},
  pages={021016}
}
Joint contact forces measured with instrumented knee implants have not only revealed general patterns of joint loading but also showed individual variations that could be due to differences in anatomy and joint kinematics. Musculoskeletal human models for dynamic simulation have been utilized to understand body kinetics including joint moments, muscle tension, and knee contact forces. The objectives of this study were to develop a knee contact model which can predict knee contact forces using… CONTINUE READING
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