Frans van der Helm
Frans van der Helm
Professor in Biomechatronics and Biorobotics, TU Delft
Verified email at tudelft.nl
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ISB recommendation on definitions of joint coordinate systems of various joints for the reporting of human joint motion—Part II: shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand
G Wu, FCT Van der Helm, HEJDJ Veeger, M Makhsous, P Van Roy, ...
Journal of biomechanics 38 (5), 981-992, 2005
28302005
A finite element musculoskeletal model of the shoulder mechanism
FCT Van der Helm
Journal of biomechanics 27 (5), 551-569, 1994
6071994
Morphological muscle and joint parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the lower extremity
MDK Horsman, HFJM Koopman, FCT van der Helm, LP Prosť, ...
Clinical biomechanics 22 (2), 239-247, 2007
4312007
A series elastic-and bowden-cable-based actuation system for use as torque actuator in exoskeleton-type robots
JF Veneman, R Ekkelenkamp, R Kruidhof, FCT van der Helm, ...
The international journal of robotics research 25 (3), 261-281, 2006
4282006
Analysis of the kinematic and dynamic behavior of the shoulder mechanism
FCT Van der Helm
Journal of biomechanics 27 (5), 527-550, 1994
4101994
Shoulder function: the perfect compromise between mobility and stability
HEJ Veeger, FCT Van Der Helm
Journal of biomechanics 40 (10), 2119-2129, 2007
3602007
Requirements for upper extremity motions during activities of daily living
DJ Magermans, EKJ Chadwick, HEJ Veeger, FCT Van Der Helm
Clinical biomechanics 20 (6), 591-599, 2005
3322005
Kinematic design to improve ergonomics in human machine interaction
A Schiele, FCT Van Der Helm
IEEE Transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 14 (4†…, 2006
3202006
Three-dimensional recording and description of motions of the shoulder mechanism
FCT van der Helm, GM Pronk
3151995
Inertia and muscle contraction parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the shoulder mechanism
HEJ Veeger, FCT Van der Helm, LHV Van Der Woude, GM Pronk, ...
Journal of biomechanics 24 (7), 615-629, 1991
3121991
Geometry parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the shoulder system
FCT Van der Helm, HEJ Veeger, GM Pronk, LHV Van der Woude, ...
Journal of biomechanics 25 (2), 129-144, 1992
3031992
3D shoulder position measurements using a six-degree-of-freedom electromagnetic tracking device
CGM Meskers, HM Vermeulen, JH De Groot, FCT Van der Helm, ...
Clinical biomechanics 13 (4-5), 280-292, 1998
3001998
How to keep from falling forward: Elementary swing leg action for passive dynamic walkers
M Wisse, AL Schwab, RQ van der Linde, FCT van der Helm
IEEE Transactions on robotics 21 (3), 393-401, 2005
2642005
In vivo estimation of the glenohumeral joint rotation center from scapular bony landmarks by linear regression
CGM Meskers, FCT Van der Helm, LA Rozendaal, PM Rozing
Journal of biomechanics 31 (1), 93-96, 1997
2581997
An adaptive model of sensory integration in a dynamic environment applied to human stance control
H van der Kooij, R Jacobs, B Koopman, F van der Helm
Biological cybernetics 84 (2), 103-115, 2001
2482001
Calibration of the “Flock of Birds” electromagnetic tracking device and its application in shoulder motion studies
CGM Meskers, H Fraterman, FCT Van der Helm, HM Vermeulen, ...
Journal of biomechanics 32 (6), 629-633, 1999
2181999
The control of shoulder muscles during goal directed movements, an inverse dynamic analysis
R Happee, FCT Van der Helm
Journal of biomechanics 28 (10), 1179-1191, 1995
2151995
International Society of Biomechanics. ISB recommendation on definitions of joint coordinate systems of various joints for the reporting of human joint motion—part II†…
G Wu, FC Van der Helm, HE Veeger, M Makhsous, P Van Roy, C Anglin, ...
J Biomech 38 (5), 981-92, 2005
2072005
Passive dynamic walking model with upper body
M Wisse, AL Schwab, FCT Van Der Helm
Robotica 22 (6), 681, 2004
2002004
Modelling the mechanical effect of muscles with large attachment sites: application to the shoulder mechanism
FCT Van der Helm, R Veenbaas
Journal of biomechanics 24 (12), 1151-1163, 1991
2001991
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