Juhyun Baek

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To maintain steady and level walking, push-off propulsion during the double support phase compensates for the energy loss through heel strike collisions in an energetically optimal manner. However, a large portion of daily gait activities also contains transient gait responses, such as acceleration or deceleration, during which the observed dominance of the(More)
Experimental data showed that the compensatory push-off work during the double support phase almost matched with the collision loss, thereby almost negligible additional work was done to propel the CoM during the single support phase [1, 2] A simple biomechanical analysis showed that the observed energy balance during the double support phase appeared to be(More)
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