Biomechanics V: Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Biomechanics, Jyväskylä, Finland, Part 1

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Paavo V. Komi
University Park Press, 1976 - Human mechanics - 584 pages

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Contents

k Welcome
5
Welcome by the Rector of the University of Jyvaskyla
11
A Scanning
23
433 449 Institut fur Sport und Sportwissenschaften
39
On Electromyographic Studies of Spinal Mechanisms Controlling
61
Electromyographic Silent Period Preceding a Rapid Voluntary
75
Motoneurone Excitability in Elite Sprinters A R M Upton
82
Muscle Action Potential Changes Resulting from Intervertebral
88
Biomechanical Features of Bipedal Gait in Human and Nonhuman
303
Electromyographic Study of Support Walking of Infants in
311
ElectromyographicCinematographic Study of the Calf
319
Joint and Muscle Forces Acting in the Leg during Gait H Groh
328
Instantaneous Energy and Power Flow in Normal Human Gait
334
277 287 Departement de Genie Mecanique Ecole Poly
340
Analysis of Normal and Pathological Walking by Force Plate
341
Moment Arm Analysis of the Prime Wrist Movers Y Youm
355

273 Laboratorie de Physiologie du Travail du C N R S
91
Premotor Reaction Time Component of Biceps Brachii Brachialis
96
Histochemical and Mechanical Differentiation of Gastrocnemius
105
Skeletal Muscle Fibers and Athletic Performance A Forsberg
112
Influence of Muscle Viscoelastic Characteristics on the Accuracy
124
Sliding Filament Dynamics and Isometric Muscle Activity
131
Constitutive Equation for Skeletal Muscle in the Passive
138
ForceVelocity Relationship in Human Elbow Flexors
145
Method for Measuring
152
J Changes in Afferent Discharge during Cooling Mai
171
Changes in Motor Response during Cooling P ArlienS0borg
177
Use of Electromyography for Quantification of Local Muscular
185
Neuromuscular Correlates of Fatigue K C Hayes
194
Influence of Agonist and Antagonist Muscle Fatigue upon Maximum
208
Methodological and Physiological Aspects of Electromyographic
219
Functional Interrelationship
233
484 MRC Environmental Physiology Unit London
239
Electrical and Metabolic Activities during Dynamic Muscle
240
Computer Analysis of EMG Activity Recorded by Aid of Surface
253
Functional Anatomy of Arm and Shoulder Muscles in Car Driving
261
Possibility of a Selective Activity in the Coracobrachialis Muscle
267
267 Department of Physical Medicine and Clinical Neuro
268
The Human Bicycle V Basmajian
297
Biomechanical Evaluation of AboveKnee Prostheses A Cappozzo
366
Microindentation Hardness Testing for the Determination of Elastic
373
Relationship between the Torque Applied to Screws and
379
Testing Biomechanical Aspects of Artificial Knee Joints R Thull
385
Finite Element Studies in Hip Reconstruction G M McNeice
394
Ergonomics Applied to Artificial Limbs P A lsherwood
406
Parameter Optimization for Paraplegic Upper Limb Prostheses
412
208 Institut fur Sport und Sportwissenschaft der Johann
418
Kinematic and Kinetic Changes during Gait as a Result of
437
Correction of Hemiplegic Gait Pattern by Multichannel Surface
444
Biomechanical Assessments of Motor Ability in Normal and Motor
452
Effects of Constant and Intermittent Forces on Range of Joint
461
Diagnosis of Pain While Walking by the Summation and
468
273 Laboratoire de Physiologie du Mouvement Batiment
470
Structural Support System for Unstable Spines J Koreska
474
Occupational Biomechanics and the Development of Work
493
Evaluation of the Myoelectric Signal in LongTerm Vocational
509
Myoelectric Back Muscle Activity in Standardized Lifting Postures
520
Force Changes in Neck Vertebrae and Muscles M Less
530
Vibration Transmission to Different Parts of the Body by Various
537
Ergonomic Approach to Workplace Design for a Blind Turret Lathe
544
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