First, I would like to export all muscle power/work applied to a specific bone (e.g., tibia) after inverse dynamics. I was able to export Pm of each muscle (N~160) of left/right leg, but I am more interested to identify those muscles that are directly connected to tibia, and then export Pm of those muscles. Is it possible?
Second, is this the correct line to compute knee power?
AnyFloat Knee_Power = (Main.Studies.HumanModel.BodyModel.Left.Leg.Jnt.Knee.Vel)*(Main.Studies.HumanModel.BodyModel.SelectedOutput.Left.Leg.JointMomentMeasure.KneeFlexion)/(Main.Studies.HumanModel.Scaling.AnthroData.Body_Mass);
Third, does Knee_Power represent all muscle power at the knee joint? I am a little confused because the manual points out that the power of a muscle is calculated by FmLmDot. Does it mean the sum of FmLmDot at the joint = joint momentangular velocity? In anther word, if I am interested in quantifying the total muscle work/power on tibia, should I calculate FmLmDot of all muscles attached to the tibia (from Q1), or can I simply calculate the knee & ankle joint power (from Q2)?