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000190594 245__ $$aA Double-differential Actuation for an Assistive Hip Orthosis
000190594 269__ $$a2013
000190594 260__ $$c2013
000190594 336__ $$aConference Papers
000190594 520__ $$aThe population ageing implies an increasing need for support especially in terms of mobility. Actuated orthoses offer new possibilities to assist walking by compensating the diminished muscular force which occurs with age. In order to assist efficiently the user, the orthotic device needs to provide torque without constraining the voluntary movements. Transparency is therefore a critical characteristic. A first implementation of such a device using a conventional actuation is presented and its limitations are analyzed. The walking trajectory being a cyclic movement, the actuator often needs to accelerate and decelerate. Its dynamics is therefore crucial and can be problematic at the higher cadences. Dual-differential actuation is therefore presented as a profitable alternative to overcome these weaknesses.
000190594 6531_ $$aExoskeleton
000190594 6531_ $$aAssistive Technology
000190594 6531_ $$aLower Limb
000190594 6531_ $$aHip
000190594 6531_ $$aDual-differential Actuation.
000190594 700__ $$0245347$$g154838$$aOlivier, Jeremy
000190594 700__ $$0242134$$g114980$$aBouri, Mohamed
000190594 700__ $$aBleuler, Hannes$$g104561$$0240027
000190594 7112_ $$dSeptember 18-20, 2013$$cVilamoura, Algrave, Portugal$$aNeurotechnix
000190594 8564_ $$zn/a$$yn/a$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/190594/files/A%20Double-differential%20Actuation%20for%20an%20Assistive%20Hip%20Orthosis.pdf$$s557592
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