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Correlation between Lower Extremities Joint Moment and Joint Angle According to the Different Walking Speeds
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 Title & Authors
Correlation between Lower Extremities Joint Moment and Joint Angle According to the Different Walking Speeds
Shin, Seong-Hyoo; Lee, Hyo-Keun; Kwon, Moon-Seok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the correlation between joint moment and joint position angle according to the different walking speeds. According to the different walking speeds(1.5m/s, 1.8m/s, 2.1m/s), experiments were terminated by 8 male subjects. In conclusion, 1. The peak extensor moment of knee joint increased by increasing walking speed, however, walking speed didn't have an effect on peak flexor and abductor moment of knee joint. 2. The position angle of knee joint increased movement of flexion, but other position angles of knee joint didn't have difference when the peak extensor moment generated. 3. The peak joint moment of hip significantly increased in extension, flexion and abduction by increased walking speed. 4. The hip position angle showed more flexible at the hip peak flexor/extensor moment generated. 5. The co-ordination pattern between peak knee joint moment and knee position angle were mathematically modeled by using a least square method. We could get the high level value of R2. We expect to apply this results for evaluating the physical faculty of knee joint.
 Keywords
CORRELATION;JOINT MOMENT;JOINT ANGLE;GAIT SPEED;
 Language
Korean
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