Manoj Srinivasan
Manoj Srinivasan
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University
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Computer optimization of a minimal biped model discovers walking and running
M Srinivasan, A Ruina
Nature 439 (7072), 72-75, 2006
A collisional model of the energetic cost of support work qualitatively explains leg sequencing in walking and galloping, pseudo-elastic leg behavior in running and the walk-to …
A Ruina, JEA Bertram, M Srinivasan
Journal of theoretical biology 237 (2), 170-192, 2005
Stepping in the direction of the fall: the next foot placement can be predicted from current upper body state in steady-state walking
Y Wang, M Srinivasan
Biology letters 10 (9), 20140405, 2014
Fifteen observations on the structure of energy-minimizing gaits in many simple biped models
M Srinivasan
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 8 (54), 74-98, 2011
Optimal speeds for walking and running, and walking on a moving walkway
M Srinivasan
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 19 (2), 2009
Walking, running, and resting under time, distance, and average speed constraints: optimality of walk–run–rest mixtures
LL Long III, M Srinivasan
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 10 (81), 20120980, 2013
Robotic lower limb prosthesis design through simultaneous computer optimizations of human and prosthesis costs
ML Handford, M Srinivasan
Scientific reports 6 (1), 19983, 2016
The metabolic cost of changing walking speeds is significant, implies lower optimal speeds for shorter distances, and increases daily energy estimates
N Seethapathi, M Srinivasan
Biology letters 11 (9), 20150486, 2015
How well can spring-mass-like telescoping leg models fit multi-pedal sagittal-plane locomotion data?
M Srinivasan, P Holmes
Journal of theoretical biology 255 (1), 1-7, 2008
Binding site models of friction due to the formation and rupture of bonds: state-function formalism, force-velocity relations, response to slip velocity transients, and slip …
M Srinivasan, S Walcott
Physical Review E 80 (4), 046124, 2009
Walking with wider steps changes foot placement control, increases kinematic variability and does not improve linear stability
JA Perry, M Srinivasan
Royal Society open science 4 (9), 160627, 2017
Why walk and run: energetic costs and energetic optimality in simple mechanics-based models of a bipedal animal
M Srinivasan
Cornell University, 2006
Energetics of legged locomotion: Why is total metabolic cost proportional to the cost of stance work
M Srinivasan
Proc. on ISB XXth Congress and the American Society of Biomechanics Annual …, 2003
Energy-optimal human walking with feedback-controlled robotic prostheses: A computational study
ML Handford, M Srinivasan
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 26 (9 …, 2018
Idealized walking and running gaits minimize work
M Srinivasan, A Ruina
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2007
A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations
V Joshi, M Srinivasan
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 16 (157), 20190027, 2019
Step-to-step variations in human running reveal how humans run without falling
N Seethapathi, M Srinivasan
Elife 8, e38371, 2019
Rocking and rolling: a can that appears to rock might actually roll
M Srinivasan, A Ruina
Physical Review E 78 (6), 066609, 2008
Sideways walking: preferred is slow, slow is optimal, and optimal is expensive
ML Handford, M Srinivasan
Biology letters 10 (1), 20131006, 2014
A unified energy-optimality criterion predicts human navigation paths and speeds
GL Brown, N Seethapathi, M Srinivasan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (29), e2020327118, 2021
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