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Review of current knee biomechanical modeling techniques

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In this paper we are going to present an essential modification of an existing analytical model. The model creation normally starts with a simplified, less complex analytical model, where the phenomena can be easily interpreted, checked and controlled. If this model is available and valid – with its certain simplifications – then as a following step, it can be either extended by taking into account earlier neglected factors or a similar but more advanced computational model has to be created in order to broaden the investigated factors. The accent will be set on a neglected factor, the moving center of gravity (COG), in this paper, and the obtained results will be compared with some external data from other authors.
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analytical model, human knee, biomechanics

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Fekete, Gusztáv, Béla Csizmadia, Patrick De Baets, and Magd Abdel Wahab. 2011. “Review of Current Knee Biomechanical Modeling Techniques.” Ed. István Szabó and Gábor Kalácska. Mechanical Engineering Letters 5: 30–36.
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Fekete, G., Csizmadia, B., De Baets, P., & Abdel Wahab, M. (2011). Review of current knee biomechanical modeling techniques. (I. Szabó & G. Kalácska, Eds.)MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS, 5, 30–36.
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Fekete G, Csizmadia B, De Baets P, Abdel Wahab M. Review of current knee biomechanical modeling techniques. Szabó I, Kalácska G, editors. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS. 2011;5:30–6.
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Fekete, Gusztáv, Béla Csizmadia, Patrick De Baets, et al. “Review of Current Knee Biomechanical Modeling Techniques.” Ed. István Szabó & Gábor Kalácska. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS 5 (2011): 30–36. Print.
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  abstract     = {In this paper we are going to present an essential modification of an existing analytical model. The model creation normally starts with a simplified, less complex analytical model, where the phenomena can be easily interpreted, checked and controlled. If this model is available and valid -- with its certain simplifications -- then as a following step, it can be either extended by taking into account earlier neglected factors or a similar but more advanced computational model has to be created in order to broaden the investigated factors. The accent will be set on a neglected factor, the moving center of gravity (COG), in this paper, and the obtained results will be compared with some external data from other authors.},
  author       = {Fekete, Guszt{\'a}v and Csizmadia, B{\'e}la and De Baets, Patrick and Abdel Wahab, Magd},
  editor       = {Szab{\'o}, Istv{\'a}n and Kal{\'a}cska, G{\'a}bor},
  issn         = {2060-3789},
  journal      = {MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LETTERS},
  keyword      = {analytical model,human knee,biomechanics},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {30--36},
  title        = {Review of current knee biomechanical modeling techniques},
  url          = {http://www.gek.szie.hu/english/?q=node/10},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2011},
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