ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework #7
Due Friday, April 8
1. Using Hertz contact theory, estimate the impact force when a golf ball hits someone on the top
of the head at an initial velocity of 27.
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ME577 Homework #6
Problem 1
Here is a simplified diagram of the pitchers arm:
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ME577 Homework #6
Problem 1
Here is a simplified diagram of the pitchers arm:
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The following notation will be used for the solution:
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Homework 2
Due 31 January, 2011 at Midnight
1. Consider a pilot in a human centrifuge. How fast does the arm of the centrifuge have to
rotate in order to generate
ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework #5
Due Wednesday, March 9
1. Assume that a 6 foot tall individual has a mass of 100 kg an average density of 1 g/cm3. What
is his effective radius if you model hi
ME 577/BME 595
Homework 3
Due 16 February 2011 at Midnight
1. Analysis of the JFK Assassination
Step 1 Free Body Diagram
Begin with a free body diagram of Kennedys sku
ME 577 Spring 2009
Exam 2
1. Consider a sit up (with the back kept straight). The exerciser starts with their back on the
ground and raises up. Draw a free body diagram when the exerciser is making a
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/BME 595D
Homework 1
Due Midnight Monday 24 January
1. The first appearance of Superman was in Action Comics #1 in 1938. Created by wr
ME 577 - Exam 3
1. Suppose someone is in the weight room exercising. Theyve just finished the aerobic part
of their workout and they have started strength training. Now assume that they are starting
ME 577/BME 595D Human Motion Kinetics
Exam 1
1. Answer the questions below and, when necessary, locate the appropriate structures on
the skeleton shown on the next page. Not every bone has a line dra
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/BME 595D
Homework 2 - Due 2/5/2016
1. Using Hertz contact theory, estimate the impact force when a golf ball hits someone on
the top of the head at an initial velocity of
Human Motion Kinetics
Upper Extremities
ME 577/ BME 595D
POTR 255
MWF 10:30 - 11:20
s
Eric A. Nauman, Ph.D.
ME 373
[email protected]
(765) 494-8602
Basic Anatomy
Important Structures
Clavicle
Humeru
ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework #6
Due 28 March, 2011
1. Using the data supplied in the file, pitching_data.xls, calculate the forces exerted at
the wrist, elbow and shoulder (dont worry about c
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/BME 595D
Homework 3 Due 2/12/2016
1. Dropping from a 10 meter platform into water is fine if you dont land prone or supine (flat on f
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/BME 595D
Homework 1 Due 1/22/2015
1
1. Given that the kinetic energy of a particle, T, is mv v , show that the time derivative of
2
T
ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework #4
Due February 19
1. Assume that a person is lifting a weight in a quasi-static manner using the muscles shown
in the diagram below. The hand holds a 10 kg mass
ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework 5
Due March 7, 2016
1. A weight lifter starts with his hands at his sides holding weights and abducts the shoulder 90o.
The angle of the weight lifters arm with t
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/BME 595D
Homework 6 Particle Review
Due Monday, March 21
All Problems in this homework should be solved using a particle analysis and Cartesian
coordinates. Assume gravity
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ME 577 Human Motion Kinetics
Homework #8
Due Friday, April 22
1. Derive an expression for the apparent modulus in terms of the microscale modulus for the
open cell hexagonal cellular solid shown below
Human Mo)on Kine)cs Lecture 2
Eric A. Nauman
ME 373
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Outline of the Course
Introductory Anatomy
Planar Par)cle Dynamics
Rec)linear, Cartesian, Polar
ME 577/BME 595 D Human Motion Kinetics (3 credits)
Engineering Elective Course
Catalog Description:
Study of kinetics related to human motion. Review of human
anatomy and anthropometric data. Planar a
Human Motion Kinetics
ME 577/ BME 595D
MWF 11:30 - 12:20
Eric A. Nauman, Ph.D.
ME 373
[email protected]
(765) 494-8602
Objective
To apply mathematical and dynamic
models to problems involving human
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