# kth

nee-thigh-hip injury function.

## Syntax

kth(time_vector, force_vector, dummy_type, return_value, debug)

## Arguments

vector1
The independent time vector in seconds (mandatory).
vector2
The dependent force vector in Newtons (mandatory).
dummy_type
The function accepts either strings or integers as the dummy type:
• 1 or "H3_M_50" = HIII-M50 (Default)
• 2 or "H3_F_5" = HIII-F5
Note: Double quotes must be used around strings.
return_value
0 = KTH (Default)
1 = Impulse
2 = Impulse Curve X vector
3 = Impulse Curve Y vector
4 = Risk Knee
5 = P-Hip 3
6 = P-Hip 4
7 = Vector with the results KTH Risk Knee, P Hip 3, P Hip 4, Impulse
8 = Boundary Value
If you are using this argument, the 3rd argument is also required.
debug
0 = debug off (Default)
1 = debug on

## Example

Note Text:
KTH Injury Risk = {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,0)}
KTH Impulse = {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,1)}
KTH Risk Knee =  {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,4)}
KTH P-Hip 3 = {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,5)}
KTH P-Hip 4 = {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,6)}
Boundary = {kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,8)}
KTH Impulse Curve
X Vector: kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,2)
Vector: kth(c1.x,c1.y,1,3)