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Amoozandeh, A. (author)
Industrial passive exoskeletons have been developed for years as a tool to reduce the physical workload of their users. They accomplish this by compensating for the user’s body weight and decreasing fatigue caused by repetitive loads. Despite their advantages, current exoskeletons have drawbacks that make them less convenient for users and thus...
doctoral thesis 2023
Lafeber, A.F. (author)
In this study a model was introduced which simulates the effects of passive walking support on the human body. Passive support was designed with the goal to reduce human energy expenditure for walking. The XPED exoskeleton and three alternative exoskeleton configurations were tested. The XPED is an exoskeleton with two artificial tendons,...
master thesis 2012