Hill-type muscle models are widely used within the field of biomechanics to predict and understand muscle behaviour, and are often essential where muscle forces cannot be directly measured. However, these models have limited accuracy, particularly during cyclic contractions at the submaximal levels of activation that typically occur during locomotion. To address this issue, recent studies have incorporated effects into Hill-type models that are oftentimes neglected, such as size-dependent, history-dependent, and activation-dependent effects. However, the contribution of these effects on muscle performance has yet to be evaluated under common contractile conditions that reflect the range of activations, strains, and strain rates that occur in vivo.

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Wong, Simon C. September 24—28, This research work is in the area of structural health monitoring and structural damage mitigation. It advances the method of parameter identification of structures with significant nonlinear response dynamics. The method integrates a nonlinear hybrid parameter multi-body dynamic system HPMBS modeling technique with a parameter identification scheme based on a polynomial interpolated Taylor series PITS methodology.

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