Ziyun Ding
Ziyun Ding
Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham
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In vivo knee contact force prediction using patient-specific musculoskeletal geometry in a segment-based computational model
Z Ding, D Nolte, C Kit Tsang, DJ Cleather, AE Kedgley, AMJ Bull
Journal of biomechanical engineering 138 (2), 2016
Non-linear scaling of a musculoskeletal model of the lower limb using statistical shape models
D Nolte, CK Tsang, KY Zhang, Z Ding, AE Kedgley, AMJ Bull
Journal of biomechanics 49 (14), 3576-3581, 2016
Constraints analysis and evaluation of manual assembly
Z Ding, B Hon
CIRP Annals 62 (1), 1-4, 2013
Deep learning for musculoskeletal force prediction
L Rane, Z Ding, AH McGregor, AMJ Bull
Annals of biomedical engineering 47 (3), 778-789, 2019
Improving musculoskeletal model scaling using an anatomical atlas: the importance of gender and anthropometric similarity to quantify joint reaction forces
Z Ding, CK Tsang, D Nolte, AE Kedgley, AMJ Bull
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 66 (12), 3444-3456, 2019
Activation of biceps femoris long head reduces tibiofemoral anterior shear force and tibial internal rotation torque in healthy subjects
NL Azmi, Z Ding, R Xu, AMJ Bull
PLoS One 13 (1), e0190672, 2018
Anthropometric scaling of anatomical datasets for subject-specific musculoskeletal modelling of the shoulder
C Klemt, D Nolte, Z Ding, L Rane, RA Quest, ME Finnegan, M Walker, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 47 (4), 924-936, 2019
Manual assembly modelling and simulation for ergonomics analysis
Z Ding
University of Liverpool, 2013
Higher knee contact forces might underlie increased osteoarthritis rates in high functioning amputees: A pilot study
Z Ding, HL Jarvis, AN Bennett, R Baker, AMJ Bull
Journal of Orthopaedic Research® 39 (4), 850-860, 2021
A virtual assembly approach for product assemblability analysis and workplace design
ZY Ding, KKB Hon, F Shao
21st CIRP Design Conference, 2011
Extra excitation of biceps femoris during neuromuscular electrical stimulation reduces knee medial loading
R Xu, D Ming, Z Ding, AMJ Bull
Royal Society open science 6 (3), 181545, 2019
Validation and use of a musculoskeletal gait model to study the role of functional electrical stimulation
Z Ding, NL Azmi, AMJ Bull
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 66 (3), 892-897, 2018
Finite Element Analysis of Multi-point Clamping Scheme Effect on Milling Deformation of Multi-frame Components [J]
D Ziyun, Z Dunwen, G Hun, L Xiangfeng
Journal of Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics 5, 2009
A Femoral Clamp to Reduce Soft Tissue Artefact: Accuracy and Reliability in Measuring Three-Dimensional Knee Kinematics During Gait
Z Ding, M Güdel, SHL Smith, RA Ademefun, AMJ Bull
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 142 (4), 044501, 2020
Study of Finite Element Modeling of Muti-Frame Components Based on" Frame Splicing" Technology
Machine Building & Automation 1, 2009
An anatomical atlas-based scaling study for quantifying muscle and hip joint contact forces in above and through-knee amputees using validated musculoskeletal modelling
D Toderita, D Henson, C Klemt, Z Ding, AMJ Bull
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2021
Virtual assembly for complex aerospace products-a case study on the assembly of an aircraft wing.
F Shao, BKK Hon, Z Ding
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