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“…The literature agrees that the frequency content of running kinetic measurements is lower than 100 Hz (Lafortune et al, 1995;Simon et al, 1981;Shorten and Winslow, 1992), therefore a frequency response of greater than 100 Hz was specified for the equipment.…”
Section: Equipment Specificationmentioning
confidence: 55%
“…The literature agrees that the frequency content of running kinetic measurements is lower than 100 Hz (Lafortune et al, 1995;Simon et al, 1981;Shorten and Winslow, 1992), therefore a frequency response of greater than 100 Hz was specified for the equipment.…”
Section: Equipment Specificationmentioning
confidence: 55%
“…Nevertheless, human GRF contain frequency components as high as 60 Hz for walking [51] and 100 Hz for running [52]. To quantitatively demonstrate the importance of high structural natural frequency of the treadmill structure, we assume that the natural frequency f n to be 45 Hz (Kram et al [45] indicated that the vertical direction structural natural frequencies of the six force treadmills that they reviewed are all lower than 45 Hz).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This may not be a problem if the soft tissue vibrations in itself are the object of the measurement (Boyer & Nigg, 2006) but make data interpretation difficult if accelerometry is used to infer on skeletal movement or loading. Some research groups have mounted accelerometers directly to the bone to overcome these restrictions (Lafortune et al, 1995a). However, such solutions are not generally applicable due to ethical reasons.…”
Section: Accelerometers and Gyroscopesmentioning
confidence: 99%