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Quantity causing acceleration in the state space of a mechanical system.

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I was studying the basics of legged locomotion and came across the unilateral force and torque constraints at the foot-ground interface. I understood the implication of the unilateral constraint on … the force ( the ground can only push the foot but not pull it) but I am unable to understand what does the unilateral torque constraint translate into physically in this case. Can anyone clarify it? …
asked Mar 14 '15 by user3079474