An experimental study of passive dynamic walking

A two-straight-legged walking mechanism with flat feet is designed and built to study the passive dynamic gait. It is shown that the mechanism having flat feet can exhibit passive dynamic walking as those with curved feet, but the walking efficiency is significantly lower.
Q. Wu and N. Sabet
Cambridge University Press
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