His Structural engineering research extends to the thematically linked field of Caster. His study in Caster extends to Structural engineering with its themes. His study ties his expertise on Automotive engineering together with the subject of Self driving. His Automotive engineering study frequently links to other fields, such as Self driving. While working in this field, Andy Ruina studies both Aerospace engineering and Aeronautics. He performs integrative study on Aeronautics and Aerospace engineering. Andy Ruina brings together Classical mechanics and Impulse (physics) to produce work in his papers. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Collision response and Collision detection. His study in Computer security extends to Collision detection with its themes.
His biological study deals with issues like Astronomy, which deal with fields such as Chain (unit), Magnitude (astronomy) and Dynamical friction. The study of Chain (unit) is intertwined with the study of Astronomy in a number of ways. His research on Magnitude (astronomy) often connects related areas such as Astrophysics. Many of his studies on Astrophysics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Dynamical friction. His study in the fields of Archaeology under the domain of Plough overlaps with other disciplines such as Geotechnical engineering and Soil science. He is involved in relevant fields of research such as Plough and Rowing in the domain of Archaeology. He is exploring Polymer as part of his Copolymer and Crazing and Polymer studies. Andy Ruina links adjacent fields of study such as Prehensile tail and Strain (injury) in the subject of Anatomy. Many of his studies on Strain (injury) apply to Anatomy as well.
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Slip instability and state variable friction laws
Journal of Geophysical Research (1983)
Efficient bipedal robots based on passive-dynamic walkers.
Steve Collins;Andy Ruina;Russ Tedrake;Martijn Wisse.
The simplest walking model: stability, complexity, and scaling.
Mariano Garcia;Anindya Chatterjee;Andy Ruina;Michael Coleman.
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering-transactions of The Asme (1998)
Stability of Steady Frictional Slipping
J. R. Rice;A. L. Ruina.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1983)
A Three-Dimensional Passive-Dynamic Walking Robot with Two Legs and Knees
Steven H. Collins;Martijn Wisse;Andy Ruina.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2001)
Energetic consequences of walking like an inverted pendulum: step-to-step transitions.
Arthur D Kuo;J Maxwell Donelan;Andy Ruina.
Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews (2005)
Computer optimization of a minimal biped model discovers walking and running.
Manoj Srinivasan;Andy Ruina.
A Bipedal Walking Robot with Efficient and Human-Like Gait
S.H. Collins;A. Ruina.
international conference on robotics and automation (2005)
Slip motion and stability of a single degree of freedom elastic system with rate and state dependent friction
Ji-Cheng Gu;James R. Rice;Andy L. Ruina;Simon T. Tse.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (1984)
Linearized dynamics equations for the balance and steer of a bicycle: a benchmark and review
J P Meijaard;J M Papadopoulos;A Ruina;A L Schwab.
Nonlinear Dynamics (2013)
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