This targeted ebook presents ten peer-reviewed papers which tackle the most recent worldwide learn pertaining to how a lot friction pedestrians require in the course of ambulation and the way to degree most sensible the friction to be had among the walkway floor and the shoe backside. issues contain: biomechanics of ambulation, walkway-safety tribometry, and walkway-safety criteria improvement.
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