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All new NMR users at Notre Dame should start with MNova Lite or Topspin. MNova Lite will allow you to process 1D NMR spectra. When you need to work with 2D spectra you will move to a full version of MNova.

MNova Lite is available for all ND users with a free license. It is supplied as a part of ChemDraw package that Notre Dame subscribes to. Please, follow the instructions below to download it and install on your computer:

Topspin 4 is available, but it looks completely different than Topspin 3.6 or anything installed on the spectrometers. You can install both versions if you wish, they will use the same license file.

Lower limbs played an important role to the performance during topspin forehand loop in racket sport, and the lower limb drive considerably influences ball and racket speed as the origin of the kinetic chain (Qian et al., 2016; Elliott, 2006; Seeley et al., 2011). A number of studies have investigated lower limb biomechanical contributions when playing table tennis and have analyzed details when using the topspin forehand loop. Malagoli Lanzoni et al. (2018) compared the kinematics of seven table tennis players using the long-line and cross-court topspin forehand loop. They mentioned a significantly larger flexion of the right knee at the moment of maximum racket velocity during the long-line. Iino & Kojima (2009) investigated the relation between different playing levels and kinematics information of racket during table tennis topspin stroke. They reported that high level players showed a significantly larger lower trunk rotation contribution to the racket speed at the moment of impact as well as a significantly larger maximum slope value in the speed-time curve of racket. They also tended to that the time for racket acceleration of advanced player was less than the intermediate players. Qian et al. (2016) compared biomechanics information of lower limbs between different level table tennis player during the forehand loop. They reported that compared with intermediate players. The superior players showed a significantly larger external rotation of the knee joint as well as flexion of the hip joint in the backward-end, and a significantly larger hip internal rotation and extension was showed at the forward-end. The above research shows that, investigations into the lower limbs biomechanical characteristics during the topspin stroke are crucial and necessary.

In the stage of FS, EA showed a significantly larger ankle external rotation and eversion than MA. Moreover, EA displayed a significantly larger external rotation and internal rotation of the knee in the BS and FS phases respectively compared with MA. This may result in a greater transfer range of weight to promote momentum generation (Ball & Best, 2007). Advanced players exhibited more whole-body movements than lower-skilled players by rotating the upper body through effective use of the knee joints that in the previous table tennis studies on lower-limb biomechanics (Bankosz & Winiarski, 2018a). Myers et al. (2008) reported that increased rotational counter movement of torso and pelvic at the top of downswing in golf was associated with increased ball velocity. Compared with MA, EA showed a more sufficient ankle eversion rotation in the FS phase, and EA more sufficient ankle pedaling and stretching probably means a faster weight transfer effect. Bankosz & Winiarski (2018b) have reported that involved segments of the lower limbs support proximal-to-distal movement sequencing: plantarflexion and rotation of the ankle joint, and rotation in the knee and hip joints. These movements result in the upward and forward velocity of the whole playing upper limb increased at the contact moment during the follow-through movement. Moreover, Kasai & Mori (1998) have evaluated the technique and performance of topspin shots. They drew attention to the differences between players, depending on the performance level. Players with a high-performance level had significant cooperation from the whole body, specifically the rotation of the trunk and the work of the knee joints. According to kinetic chain perspectives, the speed of racket and ball in racket sport considerably influenced by the energy transferred from lower-limb to the upper limbs (Lam et al., 2018; Reid, Elliott & Alderson, 2008). An important factor related to optimizing energy transfer in the kinetic chain is joint angular velocity which is expected to increase as skill levels improve (Seeley et al., 2011). Another key finding from this study is that EA displayed a significantly larger ankle dorsiflexion and varus changing rate during the BS phase with ankle plantarflexion and eversion during the FS phase. Qian et al. (2016) have reported a similar result. This finding further reveals that the ankle joint as the starting point of movement plays an important role in topspin forehand loop. The increased ankle angular changing rate of EA during FS in this study may be related to a more effective lower limb drive the ball speed to increase (Qian et al., 2016). The quality of whiplash-like action was assessed by the sequence as well as interval of time in momentum transfer between the distal and proximal (Kibler & Van der Meer, 2001). The higher angular changing rate of the ankle probably means compared with MA, EA displayed a faster weight transfer and a shorter time of pedal and stretch in the lower limb. This proximal segments power transference may play a crucial role of throwing speed, such as the ability that mechanical energy transmits from the trunk to the upper limb to produce a faster racket speed in the athletes (Zemkova, Muyor & Jelen, 2018). Wang et al. (2018) have reported the similar point, in their study, EA presented a larger angular changing rate of lower limb joint, and less time to hit the table tennis ball, that probably means a higher speed of play. Seeley et al. (2011) revealed that the speed of post-impact increased from slow to medium levels results in the velocity of peak ankle plantarflexion and hip extension increased in racket sport forehand. However, during the forehand topspin, the larger knee and ankle loading magnitudes found in sidestep and cross-step footwork would predispose to overuse conditions of table tennis players such as jumper knee (Lam et al., 2018; Rajabi et al., 2012) and ankle sprain injuries (Lam et al., 2018; Fong et al., 2009). This requires to development the ability of rapid muscle response to stabilize dynamic joint during sport activities (Cerqueira et al., 2020). We can speculate that a focus on the rapid response ability of the muscles that surrounding the ankle joint will effectively enhance the ankle dynamic stability as well as decrease the injury likelihood in the ankle during the fast movement of table tennis topspin forehand loop play. This information will guide coaches and athletes to attach importance to the role of the ankle joint in the lower limb dynamic chain in the forehand topspin, and the training of the lower limb muscle rapid reaction ability, especially the ankle joint.

Top Spin 4 Rom is for Nintendo Wii (Wii ISOs) Emulator. if you enjoy Sports Game so Top Spin 4 would be a good game for you! you can download Top Spin 4 Rom with direct link and free. this game is in English language and the best quality available.

Tennis is set to make its next-generation console debut with the upcoming release of Top Spin 2 for the Xbox 360. The game has been in development for some time now--our first glance was at last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo--and now that it's nearly ready for showtime, we took it for a quick spin to see just how far it has come.

Gameplay in Top Spin 2 should feel familiar to those who have played previous games in the series. Shot types are spread out over the four face buttons--A for regular shots, Y for lob shots, X for slice shots, and B for top spin shots. Regular shots will never go out of bounds--as long as you can make contact, you're in good shape. The rest of the shots in your arsenal, however, have a degree of risk associated with them. A great slice shot, for example, can really slow the game down and give you a chance to reposition yourself, but there's always a chance of knocking it out of bounds. You'll need to pick your spots when using these kinds of shots, but once you've mastered the timing and the positioning, they'll become vital parts of your game.

Basic TopSpin processing is now free for academic users. TopSpin, both version 3.6 and 4.1, are available from the UiB Software Center. The software can also be downloaded from Bruker's web page. You need to create an user account at Bruker's site in order to download the software and generate a free license.

I happen to have a blog that is quite focussed on getting Bruker Topspin to work on Ubuntu and I have just made a blog post that should solve your problem. See: -bruker-topspin-4-on-ubuntu.html(I came across your question while looking at the top search results on "Ubuntu + Topspin")

Unfortunately, the (proprietary) Topspin installer is graphical. So you need to use the PolicyKit approach to run the graphical installer with elevated permissions/as root (PolicyKit approach taken from this blog post). 041b061a72


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