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Summary of class material 240

Summary of class material 240 - Mid-Term Study Guide Terms...

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Mid-Term Study Guide Terms you must be able to define – 1. Biomechanics 2. Mechanobiology 3. Mechanotransduction Other terms you should be familiar with – 1. Continuum Hypothesis 2. Stiffness 3. Stress 4. Strain 5. Normal Force 6. Shear 7. Hysteresis 8. Elasticity 9. Linear Elastic 10. Non-linear Elastic 11. Isotropic 12. Tranverse Isotropic 13. Orthotropic 14. Homogeneous 15. Heterogeneous 16. Max/Min Principle Stress 17. Maximum Shear 18. Constitutive Relation 19. Poisson Ratio 20. Incompressible 21. Stretch Ratio Concepts you should be familiar with – 1. Stress 2. Strain 3. Five steps in every constitutive formulation – DEICE 4. Interpretation of Stress – Strain curves 5. Interpretation of Mohr’s Circle Calculations you should be prepared to perform – 1. Stress 2. Strain 3. Stress Transformations
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4. Max/Min Principle Stress 5. Max Shear 6. Angle of max principle stress 7. Values for linear constitutive models (Young’s modulus) 8. Applied Loads Analyses you should be familiar with – 1. Axially Loaded Rod analysis
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