Biomechanics and Muscle Models

Biomechanics and Muscle Models
Zeitraum: 15.11.2011 - 31.10.2016
Status: laufend

Muscles plays prominente role in human motion. The aim of this project is to develop, analyze and apply mathematical models for human muscles.


Projektpartner

MTI Mittelrhein, University Stuttgart

Literatur

Veröffentlichungen

2020

Rockenfeller2020EOS
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael; Stutzig, Norman; Haeufle, Daniel F. B.; Siebert, Tobias; Schmitt, Syn; Leichsenring, Kay; Böl, Markus; Götz, Thomas (2020): Exhaustion of Skeletal Muscle Fibers Within Seconds: Incorporating Phosphate Kinetics Into a Hill-Type Model. In: Frontiers in Physiology. Bd. 11. S. 306.

Rockenfeller2020PEA
Rockenfeller, Robert; Herold, J.L.; Götz, Thomas (2020): Parameter estimation and experimental design for Hill-type muscles: Impulses from optimization-based modeling. In: Mathematical biosciences. Bd. 327.

2018

Rockenfeller2018ISM
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2018): Inter-filament spacing mediates calcium binding to troponin: A simple geometric-mechanistic model explains the shift of force-length maxima with muscle activation. In: Journal of Theoretical Biology . Bd. 454. Nr. 1. S. 240-252.

2017

Rockenfeller2017CT“
Rockenfeller, Robert; Guenther, Michael; Schmitt, Syn; Götz, Thomas (2017): Corrigendum to “Comparative Sensitivity Analysis of Muscle Activation Dynamics”. In: Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. Bd. 2017. S. 2.

2015

Goetz2015OPI
Götz, Thomas; Rockenfeller, Robert; Wijaya, Karunia Putra (2015): Optimization problems in epidemiology, biomechanics & medicine. In: International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics. S. 25-32.

Rockenfeller2015OCO
Rockenfeller, Robert; Götz, Thomas (2015): Optimal Control of Isometric Muscle Dynamics. In: Journal of Mathematical and Fundamental Sciences. Nr. 1. S. 12-30.

Rockenfeller2015CSA
Rockenfeller, Robert; Götz, Thomas; Schmitt, Syn; Guenther, Michael (2015): Comparative Sensitivity Analysis of Muscle Activation Dynamics. In: Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. Nr. Article ID 585409. S. 16.

2014

Rockenfeller2014CDM
Rockenfeller, Robert; Guenther, Michael; Schmitt, Syn; Götz, Thomas (2014): Comparing different muscle activation dynamics using sensitivity analysis. In: arXiv.org.

Qualifikationsarbeiten

Thjis Schütteler, M.Ed. Thesis, in progress

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