Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #2 Key 1. For each of the muscles below, list what the primary movement that it causes during a concentric action: deltoid: shoulder elevation (= abduction); biceps brachii: elbow flexion; triceps brachii: elbow extensio

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Ground Reaction Forces
Purpose: The purpose of this lab session is to increase your understanding of the ground reaction forces that occur during walking, running, jumping etc. You will have the opportunity to collect and analyze th

HW #1 due at the beginning of class Wednesday January 20. All further homework is due in class every Monday. 1. ( 8 points) R and K Problem 1.8, amplified A bicyclist on a flat road expends energy at the rate of 60 watts while traveling at a steady pace.

Homework 2
Due Monday Jan. 25
1. As of the date of your text, there were 30 billion barrels of recoverable oil in Alaska. a. (5) For how many years would this supply US needs? You will need to use the information in Chapter 1. b. (5) How many barrels per

IPHY 4540-Invention Analysis Project For your Invention Analysis Project Report, we expect 5 pages, double-spaced, and 12point font. Figures (diagrams, charts, graphs, tables, etc.) and references do not count toward your 5 pages; however, you may include

What is the kinematics project? Option 1. Kinematic model: Much of what we have done in class involves solving simple physics equations for one solution, having been given/assumed initial conditions. More often, we want to understand how different variabl

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Locomotion Kinematics
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This weeks lab has three parts that all involve measurements of the kinematics of human locomotion. The first part focuses on stride frequency and stride length in walking and running on a treadmill. The

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Midterm Exam 2 Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Fall 2005 circle your TA/lab
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Print Name_ The exam has 4 questions. Each problem is worth 1 point, i.e. 1/4th of your grade for this exam. You should at least try to answe

Midterm Exam #2 Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Fall 2004 1D. Few Americans get adequate exercise. Mostly, we just sit around. Carefully indicate the whole body center of mass and create a free-body diagram, the system = the whole body. Indicate each external forc

Exam # _ You can tear this sheet off and use it as you wish. Equations for 2nd Midterm Exam Linear kinematics: avg. v = r / t
(r = displacement, position)
Fdrag = -0.5 A CD v2
avg. a = v / t
(if constant acceleration):
vf = vi + at rf - ri = vit + 0.5 * a

Calculus I Final Review Solutions
1. In general an exponential function through (x1 , y1 ), (x2 , y2 ) with horizontal asymptote y = a is y = a + (y1 a)
8 and y = 20 15 15 x and y = 20 + ab .
y2 a y1 a
x2 2
xx1 x2 x1
. (Verify this!) So, we have the equat

Calculus I Final Review
1. Find an equation for an exponential function through the points (1, 5), (3, 12) and with horizontal asymptote y = 0. Find another equation when the asymptote is y = 20. 2. Suppose the half-life of a radioactive isotope is 125 da

THTR 3011 Fall 2009 Study Guide for the Final Section of Material covered from 12/1-12/10. This material will make up approximately 1/5 of your final exam. The Final will consist of 100 questions and will be entirely matching and multiple choice. Core Vie

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #3 Key 1. Muscles rarely act at a constant velocity or under maximum stimulation. In many situations, muscles operate cyclically.
Make a diagram of a muscle work-loop. Label axes etc. 2. Make a force-elongation graph for

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #5 Key
1. If a Giant Galapagos tortoise starts at a velocity of 0 m/s and accelerates at 0.05 m/s2 for 3 sec (a full out sprint!), what is its velocity at the end of the acceleration? vi = 0 a = 0.05m/s2 t = 3sec vf = vi

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #6 Key 1. When running, your body (center of mass) is about 3.5 cm higher at the instant that you toe-off than at the instant that you land (on your other heel). Aerial time is 0.18 s. a. What is your vertical take-off v

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #7 For all quantitative problems, please list all known variables, the variables that you need to find, and put a box around your final answers. Answers must include units. Show the work you did to reach the answer. 1. S

Name _ Circle your Lab Section: Thurs 8 Quiz #1 Biomechanics IPHY 4540
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1. Imagine a patient laying on their stomach on a therapy table. The PT holds down the patients left thigh with her left hand and provides resistance at the patients ankle

Name _ Circle your Lab Section: Thurs 8 Quiz #2 Biomechanics IPHY 4540
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1. Name the primary movement that the erector spinae muscle causes during a concentric action. 2. Name the concentric and eccentric actions of the rectus femoris.
3. Descr

Name _ Circle your Lab Section: Thurs 8 Quiz #4 Biomechanics IPHY 4540
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1. There are two types of bone, with multiple names. On the photo below, pick your favorite terms and label areas on this bone that exemplify each type.
2. If a force is a

Quiz #6 Key Biomechanics IPHY 4540 0.5 points for each numerical answer, no partial credit, need to show units. Total = 4.0 1. A 60 kg sprinter is running a race on an unbanked circular track with a circumference of 200 m. At the start,
she increases spee

BCOR-2400 Fall 2009: Homework #3
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Due Thursday, October 22, at the beginning of class in hard copy format. Late submissions will not be accepted. In the event you are ill or have an excused absence on the day your homework is due, you may submit

IPHY 4720 Neurophysiology Circuits and basic principles of electricity * In addition to this handout, read pp. 173-177 in Enoka. *
Neurons are specialized cells that are capable of sending and receiving electrical signals. To appreciate the function of ne

Biomechanics IPHY 4540 Problem Set #10 Quiz on this material Monday, December 8 1. Work is measured in Joules which is defined as N m. Torque is measured in N m. Explain how work and torque are different even though the units seem to be the same. 2. A per