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2001\01\28@181453 by Brandon, Tom

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I was wondering if anyone could provide a link to information on human body
motion in respect to speed and force. I'm looking for some (basic) info on
maximum speed\force of human body movement, especially arm movement. I tried
a search or 2 but couldn't come up with any good terms to search on.

TIA,
Tom.

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2001\01\29@002527 by Russell McMahon

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Dr Chris Kirtley (on this list) is involved with aspects of walking motion
AFAIK and may be able/willing to provide some guidance to sources.

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> I was wondering if anyone could provide a link to information on human
body
> motion in respect to speed and force. I'm looking for some (basic) info on
> maximum speed\force of human body movement, especially arm movement. I
tried
> a search or 2 but couldn't come up with any good terms to search on.

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2001\01\29@103706 by James R. Cunningham

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Try the book, 'Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement, David A.
Winter, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1990 (there may be later printings).  Winter
was at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Best wishes,

Jim Cunningham

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2001\01\29@131608 by Dr. Chris Kirtley

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Dear Tom,

What exactly do you want to know. If it's typical maximum joint angular
velocities, then this is about 10 rad/s (about 500 deg/s).

Chris
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