Minimal formulation of joint motion for biomechanisms.

@article{Seth2010MinimalFO,
  title={Minimal formulation of joint motion for biomechanisms.},
  author={Ajay Seth and Michael A. Sherman and Peter Eastman and Scott L. Delp},
  journal={Nonlinear dynamics},
  year={2010},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={291-303}
}
Biomechanical systems share many properties with mechanically engineered systems, and researchers have successfully employed mechanical engineering simulation software to investigate the mechanical behavior of diverse biological mechanisms, ranging from biomolecules to human joints. Unlike their man-made counterparts, however, biomechanisms rarely exhibit the simple, uncoupled, pure-axial motion that is engineered into mechanical joints such as sliders, pins, and ball-and-socket joints. Current… CONTINUE READING

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