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Course: PHYS 2, Fall 2009
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#10 Forces and Torques on the Human Ankle The equilibrium of an object may be defined by the condition that no part of an object may experience any acceleration. This condition leads to two conditions (equations) that must be satisfied if a body is in equilibrium. 1. N ! ! FR ! &amp;quot; Fi ! 0 which means the sum of the x-components of the forces on the object i !1 must equal zero and the sum of the...

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#10 Forces and Torques on the Human Ankle The equilibrium of an object may be defined by the condition that no part of an object may experience any acceleration. This condition leads to two conditions (equations) that must be satisfied if a body is in equilibrium. 1. N ! ! FR ! &quot; Fi ! 0 which means the sum of the x-components of the forces on the object i !1 must equal zero and the sum of the y-components of the forces on the object must equal zero. 2. # net ! 0 which means that the sum of counter clockwise torques equals the sum of the clockwise torques for any arbitrary axis of rotation. In this experiment we will apply these principles to study the forces exerted on the foot and ankle when bal...
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