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BME110B BIOMECHANICS II (Required for BME and BMEP; Elective for MSE) Catalog Data: BME110B BIOMECHANICS II (Credit Units: 4) Introduction to dynamics, Kinematics of Particles, Newton’s Second Law, Systems of Particles, Kinematics of Rigid Bodies, Motion in three dimensions. Prerequisites: Physics 7D, 7LD, 7E. BME110A-B and BMEH110A-B both may not be taken for credit. BME110-A-B-C must be taken in same academic year. (Design units: 1) Textbook: Beer & Johnston, Vector Mechanics for Engineers Static/Dynamics, McGraw Hill, 9 th edition, 2010, ISBN# 13 9780077275556. References: Class notes Coordinator: J. Brody Relationship to Program Outcomes: This course relates to Program Outcomes BME: a, b,c, e, g, and k as stated at: http://undergraduate.eng.uci.edu/degreeprograms/biomedical/mission Course Outcomes / Performance Criteria: Students will: Determine the velocity and acceleration by integration of the equation of motion (BME a) Apply Newton’s second law to determine the equation of motion (BME a) Calculate the work of a force exerted by a spring (BME a)
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