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Old 01-09-2017, 06:47 AM
tjwjdal tjwjdal is offline
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Default about application point of GRF

Hi.

Now, I am using Mocap model, and GRF data of C3D file.
And I would like to ask the following questions about the application point of force of that.

1.
The code for inputting force at ForcePlateType2AutoDetection Function is shown below.
(C: \ Program Files \ AnyBody Technology \ AnyBody.6.0 \ AMMR \ Body \ AAUHuman \ ToolBox \ Mocap)
#if FootPresent

AnyFolder PlateFootReactions={
AnySeg &ref1=..ForcePlate;
AnySeg &ref2=..Limb2;
AnyMuscleModel &MusMdl=.InContactMuscle;
#include "ArtificialMuscleConnection.any"
};

#endif
At this time, the Force is inputted at segment. Is the application point of the force the center of the segment?


2.
Looking at C3D raw data, the position of the CoP is not fixed.
However, the CoP ball in the Model View is fixed at the center point of the force plate.
How can I modify this?
The Cop ball code of ForcePlateType2AutoDetection function is as follows.

AnyFolder CenterOfPressure =
{
AnyForceMomentMeasure2 NetEffectMeasure =
{
AnyRefFrame& ref = ..ForcePlate;
AnyForceBase& Forces = ..Force;
AnyForceBase& Moments = ..Moment;

AnyVec3 Flocal = F*ref.Axes;
AnyVec3 Mlocal = M*ref.Axes;
};

AnyVar fx = NetEffectMeasure.Flocal[0];
AnyVar fy = NetEffectMeasure.Flocal[1];
AnyVar fz = NetEffectMeasure.Flocal[2];
AnyVar mx = NetEffectMeasure.Mlocal[0];
AnyVar my = NetEffectMeasure.Mlocal[1];
AnyVar mz = NetEffectMeasure.Mlocal[2];

AnyVar fzz =iffun(gtfun( (fz^2)^0.5,0),fz,fz+1000000);

AnyVar Vx= -my/fzz;
AnyVar Vy= mx/fzz;
AnyVar Vz= 0;

AnyVar OnOff=.OnOff;

AnyRefFrame& ref_ForcePlate = .ForcePlate;
ref_ForcePlate =
{
AnyDrawSphere COP_ball =
{
RGB = {0,1,0};
ScaleXYZ = 0.015 *{1,1,1};
//Opacity = iffun(gtfun(..fz, -10.0), 0.0, 1.0);
Opacity = ..OnOff;
Position = {..Vx, ..Vy, ..Vz};
};
};

AnyDrawLine Line =
{
p0 = {.Vx, .Vy, .Vz};
p1 = p0+0.004*.OnOff*{.fx, .fy, .fz};
Visible = ..Switch_DrawForceVectorFromCOP ;
AnyRefFrame &ref = ..ForcePlate;

Line.RGB ={0,0,1};
Line.Thickness = 0.01;
Line.End.Thickness = 2*0.01;
Line.End.Length = 4*0.01;
GlobalCoord=Off;
};

};
I'm looking forward to any reply.
Thank you.
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Old 01-16-2017, 04:11 PM
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toerholm toerholm is offline
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Hi

I think you might not need to alter the forceplate class.

Please verify that you are using the right type of forceplate which corresponds with the way the data are stored in the C3D file.

To do that please check the forceplateform type setting, in your C3D file data, and then selected the forceplate class in the script which fits. If these are not matching you may encounter problems like yopu describe.

Please do the following:
  1. identify the forceplate type in your data ... so browse the modeltree and find something like this Main.ModelSetup.C3DFileData.Groups.Force_plate.Typ e
  2. this will contain a vector of integers so eg ={3,3,3} meaning that the file has three forceplates of type 3. (read more about different type at c3d.org)
  3. Then select the correct AnyScript class associated with type, we have the most common premade. see folder Bosy/Tools/mocap

Hope it helps

Best regards
Søren
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