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Old 06-25-2018, 09:38 AM
ic-winnik ic-winnik is offline
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Hi everyone,

I'm currently working on different MoCap Models - more precise I used the lower extremity models in the plug-in-gait_simple folder to create my own models. Four of six models show the error overloaded muscle configuration during the inverse dynamics analysis. The analysis doesn't stop, but I'm not happy with this error anyway,because I don't think I can just ignore it. I tried to change the initial position and the weight on the markers (up to 0.1), but the error occurs anyway.
What can I do to solve this problem and what does the weight classes exactly do in the marker definition?

I look forward to your replies.
Kathrin
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Old 06-25-2018, 10:59 AM
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This is where the muscle overload occurs in all affected models (see attachement). Maybe it might relate to the changed gravity in z direction. I don't know, if I did everything right regarding the gravity changes.
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Old 06-26-2018, 11:47 AM
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Dear Kathrin,

There can be many reasons which may make your human model overloaded in some muscle activations.

1) With respect to your first question about the weight factors for marker class, those weight factor means that in the inverse kinematics the human model will follow a specific marker stronger if the corresponding weight factor is higher than others.

2) Of course, in any of your MoCap models, it is very important to set the right gravity direction which should be as same as that of your real laboratory setting.

3) When I see your attachment, it seems that the COP(center of pressure) is out of the foot projection area, which does not look nice. Maybe one of the things that you can try to test is to adjust the cut-off frequencies of your marker filters if there are a lot of noise.

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/MJ
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Old 06-26-2018, 04:19 PM
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Hi MJ,

thank you for your reply. I would like to try to adjust the cut-off- frequencies, but unfortunately I don't know where and how to change it.

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Kathrin
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Old 07-09-2018, 01:13 PM
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Hi Kathrin,

Sorry for late reply.

In your 'LabSpecificData.any' file, you can add the following line in order to change the cut off frequency of the marker filter:

Code:
Main.ModelSetup.LabSpecificData.LowPassFilterSettings.MarkerFilterCutOffFrequency
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/MJ
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