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Biomechanics 1

6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Kinematics, Angular Momentum, Angular Velocity

Week 7: angular kinetics Angular kinetics o Similar comparison between linear and angular kinematics What is moment of inertia o Moment of inertia Depends on the distribution of the mass around the axis (radius of rotati...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ground Reaction Force, Lumbar Vertebrae, Compressive Stress

BIOMECHANICS 1G MECHANICS OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 1 TASKS SUGGESTED ANSWERS TASK 1 (RELATES TO STRESSES INFORMATION) Think of 2 activities or actions that relates to each stress type (compression, tension and shear). It can ...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Pivot Turn, Bone, Transverse Plane

Mechanics of biological materials Axial stresses o Tension: stresses that pulls the object apart o Compression: stress that pushes the object together o Shear: stress that acts in the transverse plane pushes the object to...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Military Orders, Awards And Decorations, Ankle, Shear Stress

BIOMECHANICS 1G MECHANICS OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 1 STRESSES (Force Load) Force and load is referred to as stress to enable more ready comparisons with other materials. The impact of a force will be different depending on th...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Triceps Surae Muscle

BIOMECHANICS 1G MECHANICS OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 1 STRAIN Deformation is the absolute change in length of the material. As materials are of different lengths which would affect the length change, deformation is presented in...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Injury Prevention, Linear Motion, Pythagorean Theorem

Lecture 1 What is biomechanics Science of technique Broken down into 2 categories o Performance enhancement o Injury prevention Can also be split into o Kinetics Explain movement (focuses on forces of movement) Force o ...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kinematics, Determinant, Greater Trochanter

Lecture 3 Geometry of motion and kinematic gait What Is coordination? o The patterning of head, body andor limb motions relative to the patterning of environmental objects and events (regardless of skill level) o Multiple...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ground Reaction Force, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy

Lecture 4 Forces and linear kinetics Force o An interaction that causes a change in motion of an object o Force is a vector (has magnitude and direction) o Internal musclebone Tensilecompressiveshear forces o External Gra...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Projectile Motion, Kinematics

Lecture 2 Projectile Motion and angular kinematics Background o Projectile: something that is subject only to the forces of gravity and air resistance o Projectiles can be dropped or projected o Scenario We are working on...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Muscle Tone, Stretch Reflex, Anti-Gravity

TICS 2: Torques and centre of mass Force vs torque o Force that acts through the centre of an object is called centric force o A force that doesnt act through the centre of an object is called eccentric force and causes t...

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6834 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Projectile Motion, Angular Velocity, Kinematics

BIOMECHANICS 1G LECTURE 2 (and prereading) PROJECTILE MOTION AND ANGULAR KINEMATICS Overall Aim of the lecture Introduce the concepts of projectile motion and angular kinematics and apply them in a human movement setting L...

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