Homework 10
BME 208
Due: 17 Nov 2013
Worked with:_
Problems are 10 points each.
1. The beam below supports a distributed load. Determine the location and
magnitude of the resultant force acting on it.
Due to the changes in the Biology sequence of courses, there
are some changes to the BME curriculum. For the class of 2017
and on, BME students will take Bio 1 and the lab (119:115 and
119:117). If th
Homework 4
Due: 29 Sep 2013
BME 208
Worked with:_
1. You are designing the command module for a NASA mission and you have to
figure out where on the module are zC and zCM (the centroid and center of m
Vectors
You can find the component of one
vector that acts in the direction of
another vector by taking the scalar
dot product of the two vectors
Also referred to as the projection of one
vector onto
Vectors
Now that we have a relationship
between the components and the
primary vector using the angles we
can use develop new equations for
vector magnitude
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Homework 5
BME 208
Due: 13 Oct 2013
Worked with:_
Use the lecture notes and the chapter on muscle physiology in the
Resources section of the course website to answer the following questions.
(2 points
Homework 13
BME 208
Due: 8 Dec 2013
Worked with:_
1. A human femur is mounted in the grips of the testing machine below
that subjects the femur to a pure bending moment. The length of the
bone is L =
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Homework 8
BME 208
Due: 3 Nov 2013
Worked with:_
1. The beam below supports a distributed load. Determine the location
and magnitude of the resultant force acting on it.
FR = 112.5 kN, xR = 3.8 m
2. T
Homework 12
Due: 1 Dec 2013
BME 208
Worked with:_
1. The rod in the figure below has a diameter of 26 mm and is subjected
to the torques below. If the shear modulus is G = 79 GPa, determine
the angle
Homework 6
BME 208
Due: 20 Oct 2013
Worked with:_
Questions are 10 points each
1. We solved the elbow joint reactions for a handstand problem in class.
Assume he's showing off and places a 25 lb weigh
Homework 9
BME 208
Due: 10 Nov 2013
Worked with:_
Normally I do not make you turn in a homework the same week as the exam. But
similar problems will definitely be on the exam so I want you to do these
Extra Credit
Homework
BME 208
Due: 15 Dec 2013
Worked with:_
5 points (1 point each)
1. A human femur is mounted in the grips of the torsion testing machine
below (E is the stationary grip and D rotat
Homework 9
BME 208
Due: 30 Nov 2012
Worked with:_
1. An element is subjected to 40 MPa of compression in the x direction
and 40 MPa of tension in the y direction. (a) Draw the stresses on the
element
Homework 7
BME 208
Due: 27 Oct 2013
Worked with:_
50 points.
1. Everyone had difficulty with the moment question on the exam, so you
will all get to do it again here. You have the answers written in y
Homework 3
BME 208
Due: 22 Sep 2013
Worked with:_
1. Many women complain of lower back pain during pregnancy. The figure highlights
the forces acting on the third lumbar vertebra L3 in the lower spine
Vectors
To add vectors you essentially join
the head of one vector to the tail of
the other while retaining the
magnitude and direction of the
vectors
Or, break the vectors into their x, y,
and compon
Moments
To find net moment, sum individual
components relative to reference
coordinates
In statics, this sum always equals
zero!
Mx =My = Mz = 0
Fx = Fy = Fz = 0
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Moments
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Matrices
You can multiply two matrices if the
number of columns in the first matrix
eq