coupled motion

coupled motion (kuˑ·pld mōˑ·shn),

n consistent association of one type of motion with an another.

coupled motion

several vertebral joints in a motor unit moving in different planes on different axes. A term used in chiropractic.
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Biarticular muscles such as the hamstrings act across multiple joints to produce coupled motion.
The broad radius of the polyethylene core allows for unconstrained motion preservation and a broad radius of articulation for coupled motion, company officials noted.
Clinically relevant issues such as the lack of data on coupled motion in the pathological spine when placed in non-weight bearing side-lying positions are also highlighted.
Coupled motion is a term used to describe a predictable secondary motion that occurs as a result of some primary motion.
Orthoglide is a 3DOF parallel robot (Wenger and Chablat 2000) with three coupled motions of type 3PRPaR (3-Prismatic-Revolute-Parallelogram-Revolute), composed by a mobile platform connected to the fixed frame by three kinematic chains presented in figure 1 (Gogu, 2004).

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