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Engels, Ayla (author)
Activity classification in sports is a powerful tool for athlete monitoring, enhancing performance and injury prevention. In handball, detection and classification of throws during a practice or a (practice) match has not been done. Therefore, the aim of this study is to use machine learning algorithms to detect handball throws and to classify...
master thesis 2022
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Rooijmans, Robert (author)
The main resistive force acting on the wheelchair during manual wheelchair propulsion is the rolling resistance. The magnitude of this rolling resistance is heavily influenced by the actions of the wheelchair user. By optimizing how wheelchair athletes move, this rolling resistance can be minimized, thereby improving their effective power output...
master thesis 2021
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Bouwmeester, Celine (author)
Classification of pitch types outside the laboratory or game environment provide benefits in designing and outlining training routines to reduce injury and improve performance. Current classification approaches are based on vision-based optical data, however these optical data is often not available in training sessions. The aim of the current...
master thesis 2021
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Bouman, Foskien (author)
Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries are common in baseball pitching. The elbow external valgus torque is assumed to be indicative for the applied load on the UCL. This study investigated the maximum external valgus and extension torque and their corresponding load variability during a baseball pitch and the relationship between the...
master thesis 2021
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Galis, Gert (author)
Aerodynamics are an important factor in competitive cycling and easy and realistic aerodynamic measurement methods are helpful for the riders and coaches. An indoor velodrome, minimizing the environmental effects, could be a suitable location for quick, reliable, and easy measurements on cyclist CdA. However, the effect of banked straights and...
master thesis 2021
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Rademakers, Roeland (author)
The relay in short track skating is a team effort with the possibility to regain strength during the race by performing an exchange with a team member. Couples can gain time and conserve kinetic energy with a well performed exchange. However, the exchange is a difficult operation. With few studies done to find out what makes a good relay...
master thesis 2020
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Recillas Pacheco, Yasper (author)
The purpose of this study was to determine whether a change of an accuracy restriction (AR) leads to a change in the separation time between the peak rotational velocities of the pelvis and the trunk during a pitching motion, while the ball velocity is kept constant. The peak rotational velocities of the pelvis, trunk, the separation time and...
master thesis 2020
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Rijnders, Karen (author)
Dutch children achieve an insufficient amount of physical activity. For that reason, Delft University of Technology is looking to develop a wearable that contributes to motivating children to move more frequently and more intensely while collecting data on the movements made by its wearer. In this thesis it was investigated whether it would be...
master thesis 2020
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Chen, Yu-chen (author)
Energy harvesting has become a popular topic for battery substitution in recent years. In particular, mechanical vibrational energy, one of the most common energy sources, has been intensely studied. Piezoelectric materials play a crucial role in vibrational energy harvesting as they can directly convert the mechanical energy to the desired...
master thesis 2020
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Galjee, Eva (author)
Baseball pitching is a movement wherein an external valgus moment around the elbow joint regularly causes an ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury. A proven relationship between the muscle activation around the elbow joint and its capacity to compensate for the external valgus moment during a baseball pitch allows predicting the likelihood of a...
master thesis 2020
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Liu, Xinyu (author)
One interesting part of the application of human activity recognition is sports motion recognition and classification. In recent years, many commercial wearable devices have been used for recording and supervising motion data information during sports. However, their claimed high-accuracy results but motion recognition and classification method...
master thesis 2020
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Sharify, Maryam (author)
The recent advancements in inertial sensors technology and its promising results in motion tracking, catch the expert’s eyes to these new horizons in sports engineering. In baseball, which is the interest of this study, almost 90% of the pitchers got injured once a year due to wrong training and pitching techniques. Screening and real-time...
master thesis 2017
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Bruinsma, Y. (author)
Many falls occur in speed skating, most of which end up in protective padding that is placed along the ice rink. In this research project a testing method was established that can be used to test the influence of different padding parameters on the performance of the padding in relation to the skaters’ injury risks. An existing numerical model...
master thesis 2017
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de Bode, A. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Pietersma, E.B. (author)
Musculoskeletal models can be used to distinguish too short or too slow muscles in Cerebral Palsy patients. Therefor muscle-tendon geometry needs to be modeled accurately in order to predict the need and effectiveness of muscle-tendon lengthening. This geometry is strongly related to the location and orientation of the joint centres. In clinic...
master thesis 2014
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Zuiker, T.P.J. (author)
The technique of speed skating is unique in comparison to other sports that require human propulsion. Skaters generate a forward velocity by pushing off sideways. The ideal push-off technique is a trade-off: a more sideward directed push-off facilitates power production, but a more forward directed push-off increases the transfers rate of push...
master thesis 2014
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Van der Kruk, E. (author)
Ice-skating is a rather special form of locomotion: the skater pushes sideward to propel himself forward; Insight in the details of this technique can help a speed skater improve his performance. The aim of this thesis is to develop a reliable and valid three-dimensional biomechanical model that simulates the motion of a speed skater, to gain...
master thesis 2013
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Saers, H. (author)
Introduction: In the near future space tourism will be a reality. The flights will be suborbital; hyper-gravity, microgravity, heavy vibrations and pressure differences will occur. The physiological effects on the suborbital tourist cannot be sufficiently predicted. All currently available baseline data were collected in a highly selected group...
master thesis 2013
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Oppedijk, P.L. (author)
In sports, the use of motion-capture techniques increases, leading to a fast increase in valuable motion data. Automatic recognition and classification of the captured motions, provides an orderly structuring of the motion data. By this the users can easily retrieve specific motion data. In this thesis, we consider the automatic classification...
master thesis 2013
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Jansen, E. (author)
Musculoskeletal shoulder models have been used for many different applications. Up till now, these models have not been suited to operate in a real-time environment. This study uses the most cited and used musculoskeletal shoulder model in the field, Delft and Elbow and Shoulder Model (DESM), and changes the structure to make the model quicker....
master thesis 2012
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