Inverse-dynamic model of the hindlimb of the rat

U. Wolfram, Ulrich Simon, Thomas Henzler, P. Maißer, Lutz Claes

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Abstract

Fracture healing experiments are increasingly performed on rats. Unfortunately, the musculo-skeletal loads in the hindlimb are not known. Nevertheless, these loads are essential for the proper design of these experiments. The study presents a numerical model to determine the muscle forces in the hindlimb during normal gait. An inverse-dynamics software (UFBSIM, [1,2]) was applied to perform the simulation.

[1] Forster E., et al. J. Biomech 2004
[2] Forster E., et al. Proc CMBBE, Madrid, 2004.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics & Biomedical Engineering: CMBBE 2006
EditorsJ. Middelton, N. G. Shrive, S. Evans
Place of PublicationAntibes, France
PublisherFIRST Numerics
ISBN (Print)9780954967024
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameComputer methods in biomechanics & biomedical engineering : CMBBE
PublisherFIRST Numerics

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    Wolfram, U., Simon, U., Henzler, T., Maißer, P., & Claes, L. (2006). Inverse-dynamic model of the hindlimb of the rat. In J. Middelton, N. G. Shrive, & S. Evans (Eds.), 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics & Biomedical Engineering: CMBBE 2006 (Computer methods in biomechanics & biomedical engineering : CMBBE). FIRST Numerics.