peak force

peak force

the greatest recorded instantaneous force on an object or body (e.g. during gait analysis).
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18 N of peak force difference between right and left sides in elite and sub-elite swimmers, respectively).
The amount of isometric peak force an athlete can generate has been historically connected to maximum muscle strength capabilities and dynamic performance.
Pedestrian detection algorithms utilize complex analysis of the entire curve and not only the peak force to discriminate among surrogates.
This type of test lends itself to two modes of analysis; peak force upon separation and the integrated total energy under the curve.
A partial-unloading load test with a peak force of 1000[micro]N and a single test consisting of 20 cycles of loading, holding, and unloading segments.
Wu and colleagues (14) looked at the effect of attentional focus strategies on peak force and performance in the standing long jump.
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) was carried out on a Bruker Dimension Icon using Peak Force Tapping mode (PFT) based on real time force distance curve analysis recorded at a frequency of about 2 kHz [50], This allows locally measuring various mechanical properties of the material surface at nanoscale such as Young's modulus (from data analysis based on DMT model), adhesion, deformation, and dissipation, simultaneously to the height image.
Two independent variables included (1) the pork fat replacement with canola oil (20-80% w/w) and (2) added linseed/sunflower seed/almond (LSA) mix (4-10% by pork meat weight) were determined for their effects on the physical properties (cooking yield peak force reduction in diameter emulsion stability and color (L and a) as well as sensory quality (color texture flavor taste and overall acceptability) of light pork burgers using response surface methodology (RSM).
Based on previous data from our laboratory establishing the reliability of peak force produced at a knee angle of 110[degrees] we calculated that eight subjects would be required to detect the smallest worthwhile change of the between-subject standard deviation [7,18].
There were slight differences in peak force and acoustic values between some treatments.
Arguably the most influential new mode is Peak Force Mapping (PFM), which allows researchers to perform studies on biological tissues such as amyloid fibrils, which can have deleterious effects on brain cells.