Constant Power Solution of Hill’s Equation
British Nobel laureate A.V. Hill invented 1938 the famous muscle mechanics equation which is commonly known as the force-velocity relationship of muscle contraction.Hill’s equation is a constant power equation.Hill’s equationcan bepresentedin a form in which it showsHill’s equation in three different power components(paragraph 1.4). The firstpower componentis the power which is done against external force. Force multiplied by velocity is power. Second is the power of friction. Third term has no velocity variable, and therefore it can be concluded that it has no effect on the motion.
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