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Lecture 7 - Lecture 7 BME 3150 Moments and Torque D r E...

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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Lecture 7: BME 3150 Moments and Torque
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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Moments and Torque • Moment and Torque are related: –Both refer to a force that causes rotation about a pivot point. –Both mathematically have the same definition.
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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Moments and Torque • Torque is associated with the rotational and twisting actions of applied forces (Fig A.). (Fig A.) Shows a rotational effect
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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Moments and Torque • Moment is related to their bending effects (Fig B.). (Fig B.) Shows a bending effect
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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Magnitude of Moment The moment magnitude about a point is equal to the magnitude of the force times the length of the shortest distance between the point and the line of action of the forces. Known as the lever or moment arm.
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Dr. Ettienne-Modeste_BME 3150 Lecture Notes Magnitude of Moment Consider the example of a person on an
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