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992 deg. 5 2 time (s) −4 −8 Fig. 8. Output waveforms of linear accelerometers (α1 and α2). 5 2 time (s) −4 −8 Fig. 9. Gravity acceleration components (gsinθ) in α1 and α2. 5 −20 −40 Fig. 10. Angle waveforms (θ and θR). 5 2 time (s) 30 Advanced Topics in Measurements The detection results for angular acceleration  were as follows. The angular acceleration  obtained by substituting acceleration waveforms α1 and α2 from Fig. 8 into equation (6), and the angular acceleration  R obtained by twice differentiating θR in Fig.

However, the difference for the KTP crystal was relatively smaller than predicted that. This might be due to the radiation damage for the crystal, since the measurement was performed first in AP and later in HV sample chambers. Fig. 5. Photon fluxes at the sample position in HV (black line) and AP (red line) sample chambers using each monochromatizing crystal. 48 Advanced Topics in Measurements To demonstrate the availability of the HV and AP chambers, XAFS measurements were carried out for anhydrous MgCl2 and MgCl2・6H2O.

5 −1 (a) 2 angular acceleration (rad/s ) 40 20 0 0 2 4 6 8 time (s) −20 −40 (b) Fig. 16. Waveforms of knee-joint motion measured from a normal subject by pendulum test. (a) Angle; (b) Angular acceleration. Next, we will look at the waveforms of spastic patients. Sample waveforms are shown in Fig. 17. The subject is a spastic patient with a moderately increased phasic reflex. Comparing them with the waveforms in Fig. 16, the first peak of the angular acceleration waveform is larger. 3). The knee joint motion in this case is not free oscillation, but restricted one by the contractile force.

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