Andrew Biewener
Andrew Biewener
Lyman Professor of Biology, Department of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
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OpenSim: open-source software to create and analyze dynamic simulations of movement
SL Delp, FC Anderson, AS Arnold, P Loan, A Habib, CT John, ...
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 54 (11), 1940-1950, 2007
Scaling body support in mammals: limb posture and muscle mechanics
AA Biewener
Science 245 (4913), 45-48, 1989
Animal locomotion
A Biewener, S Patek
Oxford University Press, 2018
Biomechanics of mammalian terrestrial locomotion
AA Biewener
Science 250 (4984), 1097-1103, 1990
Bipedal locomotion: effects of speed, size and limb posture in birds and humans
SM Gatesy, AA Biewener
Journal of Zoology 224 (1), 127-147, 1991
Allometry of quadrupedal locomotion: the scaling of duty factor, bone curvature and limb orientation to body size
AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 105 (1), 147-171, 1983
Energetics and mechanics of human running on surfaces of different stiffnesses
AE Kerdok, AA Biewener, TA McMahon, PG Weyand, HM Herr
Journal of applied physiology 92 (2), 469-478, 2002
Muscle and tendon contributions to force, work, and elastic energy savings: a comparative perspective
AA Biewener, TJ Roberts
Exerc Sport Sci Rev 28 (3), 99-107, 2000
Bone strain: a determinant of gait and speed?
AA Biewener, CR Taylor
Journal of experimental Biology 123 (1), 383-400, 1986
Biomechanical consequences of scaling
AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (9), 1665-1676, 2005
Bone strength in small mammals and bipedal birds: do safety factors change with body size?
AA Biewener
Journal of experimental Biology 98 (1), 289-301, 1982
Muscle mechanical advantage of human walking and running: implications for energy cost
AA Biewener, CT Farley, TJ Roberts, M Temaner
Journal of Applied Physiology 97 (6), 2266-2274, 2004
In vivo muscle force-length behavior during steady-speed hopping in tammar wallabies.
AA Biewener, DD Konieczynski, RV Baudinette
Journal of Experimental Biology 201 (11), 1681-1694, 1998
Bone curvature: sacrificing strength for load predictability?
JEA Bertram, AA Biewener
Journal of theoretical biology 131 (1), 75-92, 1988
Bone stress in the horse forelimb during locomotion at different gaits: a comparison of two experimental methods
AA Biewener, J Thomason, A Goodship, LE Lanyon
Journal of biomechanics 16 (8), 565-576, 1983
Three-dimensional kinematics of hummingbird flight
BW Tobalske, DR Warrick, CJ Clark, DR Powers, TL Hedrick, GA Hyder, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (13), 2368-2382, 2007
Muscle-tendon stresses and elastic energy storage during locomotion in the horse
AA Biewener
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 1998
Comparative power curves in bird flight
BW Tobalske, TL Hedrick, KP Dial, AA Biewener
Nature 421 (6921), 363-366, 2003
Neuromechanics: an integrative approach for understanding motor control
K Nishikawa, AA Biewener, P Aerts, AN Ahn, HJ Chiel, MA Daley, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (1), 16-54, 2007
Musculoskeletal design in relation to body size
AA Biewener
Journal of biomechanics 24, 19-29, 1991
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