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Ruoli Wang

PhD
Phone: +46 8 790 68 01
Fax: +46 8 723 04 75
E-mail: ruoli@kth.se
WWW: Personal Homepage
Room: 3612 Osquars backe 18

Publications

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YearTitle
2012A parametric study of the rigid foot-ground contact model: effects on induced angular accelerations of the lower limb joints in the stance-phase
   (Submitted)
2012Analytical decomposition can help to interpret ankle joint moment-angle relationship
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology   (Accepted)
2012Compensatory strategies in response to excessive muscle co-contraction at the ankle joint during walking
   (Submitted)
2012Does analytical decomposition enhance the understanding of dynamic joint stiffness at the ankle joint?
Proceeding of International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics Congress, Sydney, April 2012   (Accepted)
2012Comparison of two carbon fibre spring orthoses’ effect on gait in children with myelomeningocele
   (Submitted)
2012Force enhancement and force depression in a modified muscle model used for activation prediction
   (Submitted)
2011The effect of subtalar inversion/eversion on the dynamic function of the tibialis anterior, soleus, and gastrocnemius during the stance phase of gait
Gait & Posture 34 29-35 (Published)
2011Pathological gait characterization via moment-angle relationship: a new decomposition method.
Proceeding of 20th Annual Meeting of ESMAC, Vienna, Austria   (Accepted)
2011How sentitive is induced acceleration analysis on the rigid foot-floor contact model: A parametric analysis.
Proceeding of 20th Annual Meeting of ESMAC, Vienna, Austria   (Accepted)
2010One year follow-up after operative ankle fractures: a prospective gait analysis study with multi-segment foot model
 31 234-240 (Published)
2010How a rigid foot-ground contact model could affect induced acceleration analysis: A parametric study
Proceedings of 2010 IUTAM symposium on Analysis and simulation of human motion   (Published)
2010Contributions of the tibialis anterior, soleus, and gastrocnemius to lower extremity joints in presence of the subtalar inversion and eversion during the stance phase
Proceedings of the 2nd Joint Conference of ESMAC and GCMAS   (Published)
2009The effect of excessive subtalar inversion/eversion on the dynamic function of the soleus and gastrocneumius during the stance phase.
ASME 2009 Summer Bioengineering Conference    (Published)
2008Postoperative management and functional outcome evaluation of ankle fractures in adult
   (Submitted)
2007Analysis of foot kinematics during gait in adults with rheumatoid arthritis
Gait & Posture 2006 Suppl 1 S20 (Published)

Internal Reports

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YearTitleDocument Type
2012Biomechanical Consequences of Gait Impairment at the Ankle and Foot: Injury, Malalignment, and Co-contraction. Doctoral thesis
2009Biomechanical Consequences of Foot and Ankle Injury and Deformity: Kinematics adn Muscle Function Licentiate thesis

Projects

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PeriodTitleArea
2010-2013Person-specific biomechanic: Musculoskeletal models, muscle function and optimal movementBiomechanics