This page lists various projects providing knee related models and data that may be of use for Open Knee(s) users and for anyone who may be interested in modeling and simulation of the knee joint:
Grand Challenge Competition to Predict In Vivo Knee Loads. Provides a comprehensive data set with associated models that will enable researchers to validate musculoskeletal model estimates of muscle and joint contact forces in the knee (https://simtk.org/home/kneeloads).
MB Knee: Multibody Models of the Human Knee. Provide the components for building multibody knee models based on three cadaver subjects. The site also provides complete example models including contacts, ligaments, and menisci (https://simtk.org/home/mb_knee).
Knee Muscle Forces during Walking and Running Estimated from an EMG-driven Model. Provides kinematic, EMG, and muscle force data for 45 individuals during walking and running (https://simtk.org/home/muscleforces).
Cal Poly Human Motion Biomechanics Lab Knee Joint Finite Element Model. Provides a total knee joint finite element model for predicting articular cartilage stress and strain; derived from Open Knee(s) - Generation 1 data (https://simtk.org/home/cphmbkneefem).
Statistical Shape Model of the Knee. Provides a statistical shape model of the knee (https://simtk.org/home/ssm_knee).
Natural Knee Data. Provides a repository of experimental, image, and computational modeling data from mechanical testing of natural human knee biomechanics (http://ritchieschool.du.edu/research/centers-institutes/orthopaedic-biomechanics/downloads/natural-knee-data/).