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Noel Lythgo
09-13-2004, 11:57 AM
Dear colleagues,

it would be much appreciated if you could help answer 2 force plate
questions.

1. How close to the edge of an AMTI force plate can a person step and still
produce valid GRF and COP data. Is there a practical limit (eg. 2, 3 cm)?
2. Can multiple force plates (eg 2 FPs) be mounted on the same concrete
isolation block or pad. Most laboratories seem to mount the plates on
separate pads. Can the plates be mounted on the block for clinical gait
data (eg. stroke, cerebrals gait etc)?

Sincerely

Noel Lythgo

PhD

School of Exercise Science
Australian Catholic University Limited
ABN 15 050 192 660 CRICOS Registration: 00004G, 00112C, 00873F, 00885B
Phone (61) 3 9953 3030
Fax (61) 3 9953 3095
Mail: Locked Bag 4115 Fitzroy
MDC 3065 Australia

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