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   BE531 - Biomechanics II

 

 

Biomechanics II continues the coverage of statics, dynamics and deformable body mechanics of biological systems with an emphasis on the biomechanics of sport. Topics include biomechanics of distance running, physiological response to acceleration, mechanics of bone, joint biomechanics and selected topics from the current literature. 

The course should provide a sufficient background for students who are interested in doing further work in the area including research in the area of solid biomechanics. 

 

 

 

 

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This document was last modified on 27 November 2013