Make sure to review the double pendulum example problem on pages 291-294. This
is a Model for any kind of rotational movement involving 2 axes of rotation. For
instance. such a model can be used to calculate the velocity of a foot about the hip,
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Relationships of Cycle Rate and Length in Human Locomotion
Kami Obe'raigner. Fall 2012
ESAT 3300- Human Biomechanics
INTRODUCTION
The human body has such an incredible form that it is capable of a variety of movements and
locomotion. The two mai

Kinematics of a Standing Long Jump
Kami Oberaigner, Fall 2012
ESAT 3300- Human Biomechanics
INTRODUCTION
Many biomechanical moves rely on the analysis of videos, lms, or pictures. Using these
techniques allows us to analyze a variety of variables includin

Stress Strain Exercises
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, LEWO specimens made of 2 different materials are tested in a uniaxml tensnon test by applying
' a force F = 20 kN (20. 103 N) on each specimen (gure 1)- swim I has an dame 01 x _a Z,
modulus E. = 70 GPa (70 . 10"

Impulse and Ground Reaction Forces (GRF)
Kami Oberaigner- Fall 2012
ESAT 3300 Human Biomechanics
INTRODUCTION
Isaac Newtons Second Law of Motion is recognized as Force = Mass x Acceleration. This
general equation acts as a template for many other concepts

Introduction
In biomechanics, it is often of interest to analyze kinetics of a moving object. One way of doing this is by studying the
relationship between forces and energy for an object. As someone jumps, they do work (equal to mv 2 ) on the ground,
whi