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Unformatted text preview: BE 110 An Introduction to Biomechanics Fall 2005 Tu, Th 8:00AM 9:20AM Pepper Canyon Hall 109 Instructor : Professor Schmid-Schoenbein x43852, PFBH 284 Office Hours: M 4:30-6 PM or by appointment Teaching Assistants : Neema Jamshidi firstname.lastname@example.org David J. Charlot email@example.com Jody C. Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org Ben A. Coppola email@example.com Adam T. Wright firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching Assistants may also be reached by appointment. Text : A First Course in Continuum Mechanics, 3rd. Edition, Prentice-Hall, 1994 References : Continuum Mechanics, Spencer, Longman, 1988 Biomechanics. Mechanical Properties of Living Tissues (2nd. Ed.), Fung, Springer Verlag, 1993 Webpage : webct.ucsd.edu (for course information) Course Objectives: We will learn in depth the definitions of continuum mechanics applied to living tissues and non-living bodies. They include resultant forces and moments, free-body diagrams, stresses, displacement and velocity fields, strains, strain rates, constitutive equations, properties of common fluids,...
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