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写真b

 
ISHII Hideyuki
 
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Affiliation*
College of Community and Human Services Department of Sport and Wellness
Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services
Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services
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Associate Professor
Degree
博士(工学) ( 東京工業大学 )
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Research Theme*
  • バイオメカニクス(生体力学)、スポーツ工学を専門分野とし、「スポーツパフォーマンス向上」「外傷・障害予防」「健康維持・増進」などに関わる身体動作の仕組みについて力学的・工学的手法を用いて研究している。また研究においては、スポーツと医学と工学のコラボレーションを心掛けている。最近は、有限要素解析によるコンピュータシミュレーションを用いた接地中の足部内挙動に関する研究、ボールと指先の接触解析をはじめとした手部に関する研究に取り組んでいる。

  • Research Interests
  • Biomechanics

  • Sports engineering

  • Campus Career*
    • 4 2015 - 3 2020 
      College of Community and Human Services   Department of Sport and Wellness   Specially Appointed Associate Professor
    • 4 2010 - 3 2015 
      College of Community and Human Services   Department of Sport and Wellness   Assistant Professor
    • 4 2020 - Present 
      College of Community and Human Services   Department of Sport and Wellness   Associate Professor
    • 4 2020 - Present 
      Graduate School of Community and Human Services   Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Associate Professor
    • 4 2020 - Present 
      Graduate School of Community and Human Services   Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Associate Professor
     

    Research Areas

    • Life Science / Sports sciences  / Biomechanics

    Research History

    • 4 2020 - Present 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Associate Professor

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    • 4 2020 - Present 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Associate Professor

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    • 4 2020 - Present 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   College of Community and Human Services Department of Sport and Wellness   Associate Professor

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    • 4 2015 - Present 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Specially Appointed Associate Professor

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    • 4 2015 - Present 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   Graduate School of Community and Human Services Field of Study: Community and Human Services   Specially Appointed Associate Professor

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    • 4 2015 - 3 2020 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   College of Community and Human Services Department of Sport and Wellness   Specially Appointed Associate Professor

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    • 4 2010 - 3 2015 
      RIKKYO UNIVERSITY   College of Community and Human Services Department of Sport and Wellness   Assistant Professor

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    • 4 2009 - 3 2010 
      産業技術総合研究所 デジタルヒューマン研究センター   特別研究員

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      産業技術総合研究所 デジタルヒューマン研究センター   特別研究員

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    • 7 2008 - 3 2009 
      Juntendo University

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    • 4 2008 - 6 2008 
      Ochanomizu University   Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences

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    Papers

    • Risk assessment of the onset of Osgood–Schlatter disease using kinetic analysis of various motions in sports Peer-reviewed

      Gento Itoh, Hideyuki Ishii, Haruyasu Kato, Yasuharu Nagano, Hiroteru Hayashi, Hiroki Funasaki

      PLoS ONE13 ( 1 ) e0190503   1 1 2018

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      Background Some studies have listed motions that may cause Osgood-Schlatter disease, but none have quantitatively assessed the load on the tibial tubercle by such motions. Purposes To quantitatively identify the load on the tibial tubercle through a biomechanical approach using various motions that may cause Osgood-Schlatter disease, and to compare the load between different motions. Methods Eight healthy male subjects were included. They conducted 4 types of kicks with a soccer ball, 2 types of runs, 2 types of squats, 2 types of jump landings, 2 types of stops, 1 type of turn, and 1 type of cutting motion. The angular impulse was calculated for knee extension moments 1.0 Nm/kg, 1.5 Nm/kg, 2.0 Nm/kg, and 2.5 Nm/kg. After analysis of variance, the post-hoc test was used to perform pairwise comparisons between all groups. Results/Conclusions The motion with the highest mean angular impulse of knee extension moment 1.0 Nm/kg was the single-leg landing after a jump, and that with the second highest mean was the cutting motion. At 1.5 Nm/kg, 2.0 Nm/kg, and 2.5 Nm/kg, the cutting motion was the highest, followed by the jump with a single-leg landing. They have a large load, and are associated with a higher risk of developing Osgood-Schlatter disease. The mean angular impulse of the 2 types of runs was small at all the indicators. Clinical relevance Motions with a high risk of developing Osgood-Schlatter disease and low-risk motions can be assessed in further detail if future studies can quantify the load and number of repetitions that may cause Osgood-Schlatter disease while considering age and the development stage. Scheduled training regimens that balance load on the tibial tubercle with low-load motions after a training day of many load-intensive motions may prevent athletes from developing Osgood-Schlatter disease and increase their participation in sports.

      DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190503

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    • Gender differences in trunk acceleration and related posture during shuttle run cutting Peer-reviewed

      Yasuharu Nagano, Shogo Sasaki, Ayako Higashihara, Hideyuki Ishii

      International Biomechanics3 ( 1 ) 33 - 39   2016

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      Measurements using an accelerometer reflect the impact applied to the trunk. Measurement of trunk acceleration has the possibility of reflecting the typical characteristics of trunk motion during cutting. However, analysis of trunk acceleration data during cutting manoeuvres has not been previously conducted. This study aimed to analyse trunk acceleration during cutting manoeuvres to examine any gender differences or a relationship with posture. All participants (eight male and eight female college soccer athletes) performed a shuttle run cutting task, and trunk accelerations (medio-lateral, vertical, and antero-posterior) were calculated. The peak acceleration (G) and total magnitude during the 200 ms after foot contact were measured, and the forward trunk inclination and femoral angle were calculated from the video images taken using a sagittal plane camera. Peak vertical acceleration (mean, s) was significantly greater among female athletes than among male athletes (-2.18, s = 0.84 G
      -1.15, s = 0.45 G, respectively
      p &lt
      0.01). Medio-lateral and anteroposterior peak acceleration and the total magnitude in all directions were not significantly different between genders. Moderate negative correlations were found between vertical peak acceleration and trunk forward inclination and femoral inclination (r = -0.57, p &lt
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      r = -0.69, p &lt
      0.01, respectively). The difference in vertical acceleration between genders has the possibility to reflect a stiff cutting movement among female athletes. The acceleration of the upper trunk may be an index for evaluating cutting movements.

      DOI: 10.1080/23335432.2016.1191372

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    • Effect of soccer shoe upper on ball behaviour in curve kicks Peer-reviewed

      Hideyuki Ishii, Yoshihisa Sakurai, Takeo Maruyama

      SCIENTIFIC REPORTS4   6067   8 2014

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      New soccer shoes have been developed by considering various concepts related to kicking, such as curving a soccer ball. However, the effects of shoes on ball behaviour remain unclear. In this study, by using a finite element simulation, we investigated the factors that affect ball behaviour immediately after impact in a curve kick. Five experienced male university soccer players performed one curve kick. We developed a finite element model of the foot and ball and evaluated the validity of the model by comparing the finite element results for the ball behaviour immediately after impact with the experimental results. The launch angle, ball velocity, and ball rotation in the finite element analysis were all in general agreement with the experimental results. Using the validated finite element model, we simulated the ball behaviour. The simulation results indicated that the larger the foot velocity immediately before impact, the larger the ball velocity and ball rotation. Furthermore, the Young's modulus of the shoe upper and the coefficient of friction between the shoe upper and the ball had little effect on the launch angle, ball velocity, and ball rotation. The results of this study suggest that the shoe upper does not significantly influence ball behaviour.

      DOI: 10.1038/srep06067

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    • Theoretical Study of Factors Affecting Ball Velocity in Instep Soccer Kicking Peer-reviewed

      Hideyuki Ishii, Toshio Yanagiya, Hisashi Naito, Shizuo Katamoto, Takeo Maruyama

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BIOMECHANICS28 ( 3 ) 258 - 270   7 2012

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      The objective of this study was to investigate the factors affecting ball velocity at the final instant of the impact phase (t(1)) in full instep soccer kicking. Five experienced male university soccer players performed maximal full instep kicks for various foot impact points using a one-step approach. The kicking motions were captured two dimensionally by a high-speed camera at 2,500 fps. The theoretical equation of the ball velocity at t(1) given in the article was derived based on the impact dynamics theory. The validity of the theoretical equation was verified by comparing the theoretical relationship between the impact point and the ball velocity with the experimental one. Using this theoretical equation, the relationship between the impact point and the ball velocity was simulated. The simulation results indicated that the ball velocity is more strongly affected by the foot velocity at the initial instant of the impact phase than by other factors. The simulation results also indicated that decreasing the ankle joint reaction force during ball impact shifts the impact point that produces the greatest ball velocity to the toe side and decreasing the ankle joint torque during ball impact shifts the impact point that produces the greatest ball velocity to the ankle side.

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    • 切り返し動作における体幹前傾指示が膝関節運動に与える影響について Peer-reviewed

      永野康治, 石井秀幸, 井田博史, 赤居正美, 福林徹

      臨床バイオメカニクス32   421 - 427   10 2011

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    • Knee kinematics and kinetics during shuttle run cutting: Comparison of the assessments performed with and without the point cluster technique Peer-reviewed

      Hideyuki Ishii, Yasuharu Nagano, Hirofumi Ida, Toru Fukubayashi, Takeo Maruyama

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS44 ( 10 ) 1999 - 2003   7 2011

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      The differences between the assessments performed with and without the point cluster technique (PCT) for knee joint motions during the high-risk movements associated with non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries have not been reported. This study aims to examine the differences between PCT and non-PCT assessments for knee joint angles and moments during shuttle run cutting. Fourteen high school athletes performed a maximal effort shuttle run cutting task. Motion data were collected by an 8-camera motion analysis system at 200 Hz, and ground reaction force data were recorded using a force plate at 1000 Hz. In both PCT and non-PCT approaches, the knee joint angles were calculated using Euler angle rotations, and the knee joint moments were obtained by solving the Newton-Euler equations using an inverse dynamics technique. For the extension/flexion angle, good agreement was measured between PCT and non-PCT assessments. The abduction angle obtained in the non-PCT assessment was smaller than that obtained with the PCT. An internal rotation angle was obtained in the PCT assessment, whereas a small external rotation angle was obtained in the non-PCT assessment. For the knee joint moments, good agreement between PCT and non-PCT assessments was observed for all the components. The differences in the knee joint angles were attributed in part to the differences in the position of the medial femoral epicondyle. The results suggest that the ACL injury risk during shuttle run cutting is estimated lower in the non-PCT assessment than in the PCT assessment. (C) 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2011.05.001

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    • Numerical study of ball behavior in side-foot soccer kick based on impact dynamic theory Peer-reviewed

      Ishii H, Yanagiya T, Naito H, Katamoto S, Maruyama T

      Journal of Biomechanics42 ( 16 ) 2712 - 2720   12 2009

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    • Point Cluster Techniqueを用いた接地中の膝関節運動の運動力学的分析 Peer-reviewed

      石井秀幸, 永野康治, 井田博史, 赤居正美, 佐保泰明, 柳谷登志雄, 福林徹

      臨床バイオメカニクス30   437 - 443   9 2009

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    • インサイドキックにおける足部外転角度とインパクト位置がボール挙動に及ぼす影響 Peer-reviewed

      石井秀幸, 丸山剛生

      バイオメカニクス研究12 ( 1 ) 9 - 21   5 2008

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    • Influence of foot angle and impact point on ball behavior in side-foot soccer kicking Peer-reviewed

      H. Ishii, T. Maruyama

      IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON SPORTS II   403 - 408   2008

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      The first objective of this study was to investigate the influence of foot angle and impact point on ball velocity and rotation immediately after impact in the side-foot soccer kicking. The second objective was to calculate impact force during the ball impact phase. Five experienced male university soccer players performed side-foot kicks with one step approach in varying foot angle and impact point. The kicking motions were captured three-dimensionally by two high-speed video cameras at 2500 fps. Impact on the area from the center of mass of the foot to the medial malleolus produced the greatest ball velocity. Varying the foot angle with the same impact point did not affect the ball velocity. Also, Impact on the surrounding area of the metatarsal with large foot angle produced the greatest ball rotation. Even if the impact point was the same, the ball rotation increased with the foot angle. Time change of the impact force was calculated from the ball deformation, based on the Hertz contact theory. As an example, in a trial with a ball velocity of 16.3 m/s, a peak ball deformation was approximately 4 cm and a peak impact force was approximately 1200 N.

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    • インステップキックにおけるインパクト位置がボール速度に及ぼす影響とインパクト中の衝撃力の解析 Peer-reviewed

      石井秀幸, 磯川正教, 丸山剛生

      バイオメカニクス研究11 ( 3 ) 170 - 182   12 2007

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    • インサイドキックにおけるインパクト中のボール変形量と衝撃力の解析 Peer-reviewed

      石井秀幸, 丸山剛生

      スポーツ産業学研究17 ( 2 ) 13 - 23   9 2007

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    Professional Memberships

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      日本スポーツ産業学会スポーツ工学専門分科会

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      日本バイオメカニクス学会

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      日本フットボール学会

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      日本体育学会

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      日本機械学会

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      日本臨床バイオメカニクス学会

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    Research Projects

    • 生体の有限要素解析

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      9 2009 - Present

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    • 膝前十字靱帯損傷の受傷メカニズム

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      4 2008 - Present

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    • サッカーのキックのインパクト

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    • 有限要素解析を用いた接地シミュレーションによる足部内部で生じる力学現象の解明

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 

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      4 2019 - 3 2022

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • 有限要素シミュレーションによる接地中の足部内で生じる力学現象の解明

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 

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      4 2016 - 3 2020

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • 高速X線撮影を用いた3次元計測と有限要素解析による接地中の足部内挙動の解明

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 

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      4 2013 - 3 2017

      Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

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    • 有限要素解析を用いたカーブおよび無回転キックにおけるボール挙動シミュレーション

      日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 

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      4 2011 - 3 2013

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