Joint Passive Resistance Database ) s3) Engin,1986

Author(s)

Engin, A.E. and Chen, S.M.

Author(s)

Engin, A.E. and Chen, S.M.

Author(s)

Engin, A.E. and Chen, S.M.

Author(s)

Engin, A.E. and Chen, S.M.

Title

Statistical Data Base for the Biomechanical Properties of the Human Shoulder Complex-I: Kinematics of the Shoulder Complex

Title

Statistical Data Base for the Biomechanical Properties of the Human Shoulder Complex-II: Passive Resistive Properties beyond the Shoulder Complex

Title

On the Biomechanics of Human Shoulder Complex in Vivo-I. Kinematics for Determination of the Shoulder Complex Sinus

Title

On the Biomechanics of Human Shoulder Complex in Vivo-II. Passive Resistive Properties beyond the Shoulder Complex Sinus

Journal

Trans. ASME J. Biomech. Eng.

Journal

Trans. ASME J. Biomech. Eng.

Journal

J. Biomech.

Journal

J. Biomech.

Vol. & No.

Vol.108, No.3

Vol. & No.

Vol.108, No.3

Vol. & No.

Vol.20, No.2

Vol. & No.

Vol.20, No.2

Page

215-221

Page

222-227

Page

103-117

Page

119-134

Year

1986

Year

1986

Year

1987

Year

1987

Reference(s)

[Target]
Joint: Shoulder
Direction: Complex Motion including Flexion-Extension and Abduction
Characteristic(s): Elasticity

[Measurement Condition]
Subjects: 10 persons
Age Span: -
Country: USA
Method: Estimation by quasi-static equilibration (type 1-2)

[Characteristics]
  • These data are the elasticities against the extension around the shoulder effected by 3-D rotation.
  • The coefficients of the functions are the average values of those of 10 persons.
  • The adaptable range is vague.
  • In Engin's studies, the definitions of the shoulder angles do not match with the anatomical ones, because he attends to the definition itself of the 3-D rotation angle of shoulder.

Engin-86-1 [Definition]
Refer to the figure on the right side.
Flexion, extension, and abduction are strictly not defined. Refer this paper for details.

[Expression of the data]
A non-linear function of moment to the joint angle (unit:Nm)