14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #7
Spring 2011
Due 4/14/11
Problem 1: From Ozkaya and Nordin, do Problem 8.3.
4
rO
.02 4
= 2.5 10 7 m 4
2
2
Tl
3000 Nm 0.1m
l Tr l
b) = = o =
=
= 0.12 Rad = 6.8
r0 GJro GJ 10GPa 2.5 10 7 m 4
Tr
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #4
Spring 2010
Due 2/22/10
Problem 1: (Anatomical Terms)
1) The _ plane divides the body
into right and left halves.
A) transverse
B) sagittal
C) coronal
D) oblique
E) para-sagittal
2) The armpi
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #5
Spring 2011
Due 3/10/11
Problem 1:
Two cylinders are subjected to an equally distributed load F = 6 kN in two different
configurations. The aluminum (gray) rod (E = 69 GPa) has a diameter of
125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Homework #2
Due Monday October 25th
Problem 1
A) Find the joint reaction force, R, and the abductor muscle force, M, in the right hip when
a woman stands on her right leg while carrying a 25kg s
125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Homework #3
Due Nov 1, 2010
Problem 1:
Using this Russell Traction setup (=50 deg), calculate how much weight (Fwt) it would take to
fracture the tibia (in tension) assuming nothing else breaks
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #9
Spring 2011
Due 5/02/11
Problem 1: Given a constant applied force, draw the creep functions (deformation v. time) for the
following models;
A. Maxwell model
B. Kelvin model
C. 3-parameter Sol
125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Homework #3
Due Nov 1, 2010
Problem 1:
Using this Russell Traction setup (=50 deg), calculate how much weight (Fwt) it would take to
fracture the tibia (in tension) assuming nothing else breaks
125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Homework #3
Due Nov 1, 2010
Problem 1:
Using this Russell Traction setup (=50 deg), calculate how much weight (Fwt) it would take to
fracture the tibia (in tension) assuming nothing else breaks
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #4
Spring 2010
Due 2/22/10
Problem 1: (Anatomical Terms)
1) The _ plane divides the body
into right and left halves.
A) transverse
B) sagittal
C) coronal
D) oblique
E) para-sagittal
2) The armpi
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125:315
BME MEASUREMENTS AND ANALYSIS LABORATORY
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I.
Objectives
The objectives of this laboratory are to:
1. Understand how materials fracture and how fracture is related to materials properties and
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Lab 4: Biomechanical Testing Spring 2015
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The objective of this laboratory experiment is to:
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The objective of this laboratory experiment is to:
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125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Review Problems
To be discussed Nov 1, 2010
Problem 1:
You are testing a biomechanical sensor for measuring muscle and joint reaction forces during human
motion. You are testing your device by f
125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Biomechanics, Review Problems
To be discussed Nov 1, 2010
Problem 1:
You are testing a biomechanical sensor for measuring muscle and joint reaction forces during human
motion. You are testing your device by f
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #7
Spring 2011
Due 4/14/11
Problem 1: From Ozkaya and Nordin, do Problem 8.3.
4
rO
.02 4
= 2.5 10 7 m 4
2
2
Tl
3000 Nm 0.1m
l Tr l
b) = = o =
=
= 0.12 Rad = 6.8
r0 GJro GJ 10GPa 2.5 10 7 m 4
Tr
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #9
Spring 2011
Due 5/02/11
Problem 1: Given a constant applied force, draw the creep functions (deformation v. time) for the
following models;
A. Maxwell model
B. Kelvin model
C. 3-parameter Sol
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #8
Spring 2011
Due 4/21/10
Problem 1:
Given the 2D state of stress above find the principal stresses and principal planes/directions using:
A) The derived equations
B) Mohr's Circle
C) Eigenvalu
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PERSONAL ANTHROPOMETRIC ESTIMATES FOR Male(M/Female (F) Spreadsheet based on Table 3.1 of Winter, Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement and on an exercise from Auburn's HLHP 614 course Color Codes Yellow = To be entered by the user Rose =
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PERSONAL ANTHROPOMETRIC ESTIMATES FOR Male(M/Female (F) Spreadsheet based on Table 3.1 of Winter, Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement and on an exercise from Auburn's HLHP 614 course Color Codes Yellow = To be entered by the user Rose =
14:125:208: Introduction to Biomechanics
Homework Assignment #7
Spring 2011
Due 4/14/11
Problem 1: From Ozkaya and Nordin, do Problem 8.3.
Problem 2: From Ozkaya and Nordin, do Problem 8.4.
In addition to (a)-(e), add the following:
(f)
find the maximum c