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I am a positive thinker. This day and every day my mind is filled with positive thoughts creating a beautiful and positive life for me --- Anonym ENGINEERING BIOMECHANICS: STATICS 1 Beatriz Guevarez, Joshua Ríos, Nayka Rivera, Sharon Vázquez and Melvia Villegas 2 Acknowledgements Thanks to Professor Megh R. Goyal for bring us the opportunity of know a little bit more about the fascinating world of Biomedical Engineering. Also thanks to him for promote the group work which makes us more condescending with other people and reinforces our study techniques. We also thanks: Prof. Freya Toledo, Dr. Mario Rivera Borrero, and Oscar M. Granados. We must also recognize the effort of each member of the group for dedicate time to present a good work and obviously thanks God for everything. References 1. Allard, Paul; Blanchi Pierre, Jean and A.F. Stokes Ian ; 1995. Three Dimensional Analysis of Human Movement; United States 2. Winter, David A. 1990. Biomechanics and Motor Control Of Human Movement. Second Editor. John Wiley and Son Inc. 3. Beer, Ferdinand Pond, 2004. Vector Mechanics for Engineers Static And Dynamics .7 th edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Co. 4. Shames, Irving. 1997. Engineering Mechanics Static . Fourth Edition. Prentice Hall Inc. 5. Hibberbler, R. C. 1986. Engineering Mechanics Static . Fourth Edition. Macmillan Inc. 6. Pytel,Kiusalaas.1999. Engineering Mechanics Static. Second Edition. Brooks/Cole Co. 7. “Abstract of the proceeding of the First Australasian Biomechanics.”30Sept.2003< http://www.fhs.usy d.edu.au/ESS/lee/pt2/sample- problems/index.html >. 8. http://ttb.eng.wayne.edu/~grimm 9. “ Abstract of the proceeding of the first Australasian Biomechanics.”30Sept.2003< http://www.fhs.usy d.edu.au/ESS/lee/pt2/sample- problems/index.html 10. R.C. Hibbebler 1995, Engineering Mechanics Statics 7 th edition Prentice Hall Inc. ___________________ Numbers in the parentheses refer to the appended references. 1 This review article was prepared on December 8, 2003.Course Instructor: Dr. Megh R. Goyal Professor in Agricultural and Biomedical Engineering, General Engineering Department, PO Box 5984, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 00681-5984. For details contact: m_goyal@ece.uprm.edu or visit at: http://www.ece.uprm.edu/~m_goyal/home.htm/ 2 All authors are in the alphabetical order. December 2003 Applications of Engineering Mechanics in Medicine, GED – University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 1
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DIMENSION AND UNITS PROBLEM 1 A woman weights 120 lb specify her mass in slug and in kg. SOLUTION: We Know: Slugs = [ lb ] [ 1/ ( 32 .2 ft / s 2 ) ] = 120 / 32 = 3.75 Slug 3.75 slugs We Know : 1 slug = 14.54 kg [ 3.75 slugs ] [ 14.54 Kg / 1 slugs ] = 54 .71 kg 54.71 kg ◄ December 2003 Applications of Engineering Mechanics in Medicine, GED – University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 2
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DIMENSION AND UNITS PROBLEM 2 Gabriel weighs 205 lb. How much will be his weight at the moon? SOLUTION:
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