ISU KNR 352 - Quantitative Analysis in Biomechanics (87 pages)

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Quantitative Analysis in Biomechanics



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Quantitative Analysis in Biomechanics

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87
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Illinois State University
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Knr 352 - Quantitative Analysis of Biomechanics
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KNR 352 Quantitative Analysis in Biomechanics Dr Steve McCaw 227B 438 3804 www castonline ilstu edu mccaw Topics Basic Operations required Dealing with vectors Review from 282 Basic Biomechanics Kinematics Calculations of basic quantities Displacement velocity acceleration Kinetics Calculations GRF CofP JMF Energetics Calculations Power Work Performance Injury Performance Injury TASK Task Factors Basic Skill Walking Jumping Take off Landing Running Take off Landing What joint actions are occurring What muscles are active What are the risks Task Factors Basic Skill Complex Task Throw Assembly Task Curl up Hitting a baseball What joint actions are occurring What muscles are active What are the risks Performance Injury TASK Environment Environmental Factors Weather field floor conditions Friction stability tissue loads Environmental Factors Weather field floor conditions Gravity space travel platforms Environmental Factors Weather field floor conditions Gravity Open closed task dynamic vs static environment Environmental Factors Weather field floor conditions Gravity Open closed task Rules on the game of the job of players field dimensions workplace layout temporal constraints Performance Injury TASK Individual Environment Individual Factors Cognitive ability Individual Factors Cognitive ability Anthropometrics Individual Factors Cognitive ability Anthropometrics Psychological state Individual Factors Cognitive ability Anthropometrics Psychological state Fitness Health Skill level Performance Injury TASK Individual Environment Performance Injury TASK Individual Environment Performance Injury TASK Individual Environment Modulated by force described by mechanics Every structure that participates in the movement of the body does so according to physical and physiological principles Hamilton Luttgens Kinesiology Scientific basis of Human Motion 10th edition Mechanics influence of force on bodies Biomechanics force on biological organisms biomechanics of fluids circulation



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