Running Experimental Research of a Wire Driven Astronaut Rehabilitative Training Robot

@article{Zou2018RunningER,
  title={Running Experimental Research of a Wire Driven Astronaut Rehabilitative Training Robot},
  author={Yupeng Zou and Lixun Zhang and Lailu Li and Huizi Ma and Kai Liu},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={11464-11471}
}
Keeping astronauts physically healthy in the harsh space environment is a key to the successful execution of a space mission. Long-term space missions in the weightless environment, however, can result in space adaptation syndrome, which seriously affects astronauts’ health. To alleviate the adverse effects, this paper proposes a wire driven astronaut rehabilitative training robot that simulates the characteristics of the gravity environment and load force on the astronauts. The robot can… CONTINUE READING

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