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This page serves as a repository for the musculoskeletal model, experimental data, and settings files used to generate three-dimensional, muscle-actuated dynamic simulations of human running as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). These simulations were created using OpenSim and the workflow included Scale, Inverse Kinematics (IK), Reduced Residual Algorithm (RRA), Computed Muscle Control (CMC), and Induced Acceleration Analysis (IAA). The following resources provide instructions for using these tools and information on how to generate and evaluate musculoskeltal simulations: • OpenSim User's Guide | http://stanford.io/17cia3U • OpenSim Support Webpage | http://stanford.io/17ciwrn • Webinar on Simulations of Running | http://bit.ly/oDIUOa
Raw EMG Data
This zip file contains the raw (i.e., unprocessed) EMG recordings from the experiments associated with this study.
Raw EMG Data
Aug 08, 2014

This zip file contains the raw (i.e., unprocessed) EMG recordings from the experiments associated with this study.

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


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SUBJECT 01: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Jul 13, 2013

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


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SUBJECT 02: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 03
SUBJECT 03: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 04
SUBJECT 04: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 04, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 08
SUBJECT 08: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 05, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 10
SUBJECT 10: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 06, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 11
SUBJECT 11: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 10, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 17
SUBJECT 17: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 11, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 19
SUBJECT 19: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 11, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


Subject 20
SUBJECT 20: The musculoskeletal model, experimental data, settings files, and results for three-dimensional, muscle-actuated simulations at multiple running speeds as described in Hamner and Delp (2013). Simulations were generated using OpenSim 2.4.
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Mar 11, 2014

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Hamner, S.R., Delp, S.L. Muscle contributions to fore-aft and vertical body mass center accelerations over a range of running speeds. Journal of Biomechanics, vol 46, pp 780-787. (2013) View


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