Dynamics and Energetics of Walking with Prostheses
In Biomechanics, a science evolved from the study of biological systems using mechanics, locomotor system models have been proposed and increasingly used to investigate human walking by means of computational simulations. The skeletal system is often modeled by multibody systems composed of rigid bodies. The biological actuator is almost exclusively modeled by the so-called Hill-type muscle model due to its suitability to computational investigations. The study of normal and pathological walking necessarily involves the consideration of the energetic demand, since it was shown that the energetic demand per unit of distance traveled is the primary performance criterion during walking. Energetics can be assessed by means of recently proposed energy expenditure models used in conjunction with Hill-type muscle models.
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