definition of GlobalRef and results

Hello, I have a question that if my definition of coordinate in measurement of c3d (which I think is definition of GlobalRef in “GaitFullBody”) is different from the coordinate of the human body( I think in “GaitFullBody” these two coordinates are the same), I want to know the results, for example hip joint reaction force, whether F[0] F[1] F[2] these 3 components are in the order of x,y,z of the human body coordinate or not?

PS: I think yes,but I am a little confused…so I want to make sure about that.

Hi,

You can see some tips about how to understand the joint reaction forces of different types here:
http://wiki.anyscript.org/index.php/Tips_and_tricks#How_to_understand_the_reactions_listed_in_a_revolute_joint.3F
http://wiki.anyscript.org/index.php/Tips_and_tricks#How_to_understand_the_reactions_listed_in_a_AnyStdJoint.3F

If you are interested in the reaction forces of a spherical joint,
then it would be helpful for you to see the definition of the hip joint first.
And the previous thread that I had asked in this forum may be related to your question:
http://forum.anyscript.org/showthread.php?t=2754

Also the reaction force values of a joint w.r.t. the local reference frame of the joint can be reinterpreted w.r.t. a certain reference frame that you are interested in:
http://wiki.anyscript.org/index.php/Tips_and_tricks#Measure_the_reaction_force_in_a_joint_in_a_certain_coordinate_system

I hope this may help to you.

Best regards,
Moonki

Thank you very much Moonki. It helps~