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Traditionally, wearable exoskeletons for gait assistance have addressed the issue of high power requirement of providing support during walking. However, exoskeletons often are bulky, and suffer from misalignment of joints

Traditionally, wearable exoskeletons for gait assistance have addressed the issue of high power requirement of providing support during walking. However, exoskeletons often are bulky, and suffer from misalignment of joints between the robot and the user. Soft robots in recent work have shown the ability to provide a high degree of compliance with a light weight and lower cost. This work presents the design, control, and evaluation of a soft inflatable exosuit to assist knee extension.

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  • 2020
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    • Doctoral Dissertation Systems Engineering 2020

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