Microprocessor-controlled prosthetic leg
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microprocessor-controlled prosthetic leg
microprocessor-controlled prosthetic leg
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Mechanical characteristics
for walking
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1. Normal walking: Assistive extension with less time; 2. Slow walking: Excellent knee joint follow-up flexion with less tiptoe and less tiredness 3. Quick walking: assistive symmetric extension with flexion angle upto 60-65 degrees 4. Stair ascending: flexion control during swing mode and assistive extension during standing mode. 5. Stair descending: natural gait with sole grounding and less buffering by yielding 6. Up hilling: natural gait with less tiptoe 7. Down hilling: yielding at any angle with safer down hilling 8. Standing up: assistive extension with effective burden reduction on intact leg 9. Deep squat: well balanced deep squat in synergetic assistive flexion 10. Rest on standing: body support on two legs with less burden on intact leg



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