Model a crude human leg in SimMechanics

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Nick
Nick on 11 Sep 2015
Answered: Star Strider on 11 Sep 2015
I am trying to learn the basics of SimMechanics and I'm having trouble understanding frames of reference and revolute joints and their orientation. Every time I make a small adjustment to the orientation or translation of a certain body, the entire system is messed up.
Is anyone willing to whip up a quick model of a foot, lower leg, knee and upper leg where all the joints are revolute joints? The model does in no way have to be extensive, just the connection between the bodies is what I am most interested in.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 11 Sep 2015
I don’t have (and so don’t use) SimMechanics, but your Question interests me, so I searched. Probably your best resource is Win Olympic Gold with SimMechanics: Modeling Figure Skating and Angular Momentum.

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