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Beinema, Rimke (author)
Achilles tendinopathy (AT) is a common Achilles tendon injury, yet its exact cause and the factors influencing progression of individuals remain unclear. Strain distribution is indicated to play a significant role in the progression, possibly linked to the twist of the subtendons. Pizzolato et al. (2020) proposed an integrated framework for...
master thesis 2024
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Hedayati, R. (author), Yousefi, Armin (author), Dezaki, Mohammadreza Lalegani (author), Bodaghi, Mahdi (author)
Both 2D and 3D re-entrant designs are among the well-known prevalent auxetic structures exhibiting negative Poisson's ratio. The present study introduces novel analytical relationships for 2D re-entrant hexagonal honeycombs for both negative and positive ranges of the cell interior angle θ (θ<0 showing a negative Poisson's ratio). The...
journal article 2023
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Veerkamp, Kirsten (author), van der Krogt, Marjolein M. (author), Harlaar, J. (author), O’Brien, Thomas D. (author), Kalkman, Barbara (author), Seth, A. (author), Bar-On, Lynn (author)
Neuromusculoskeletal models can be used to evaluate aberrant muscle function in cerebral palsy (CP), for example by estimating muscle and joint contact forces during gait. However, to be accurate, models should include representative musculotendon parameters. We aimed to estimate personalised parameters that capture the mechanical behaviour...
journal article 2022
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Reilingh, M.L. (author), Tuijthof, G.J.M. (author), Van Dijk, C.N. (author), Blankevoort, L. (author)
Background: Malalignment of the hindfoot can be corrected with a calcaneal osteotomy (CO). A well-selected osteotomy angle in the sagittal plane will reduce the shear force in the osteotomy plane while walking. The purpose was to determine the presence of a relationship between the foot geometry and loading of the calcaneus, which influences the...
journal article 2011
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