Mechanics For Engineers [Mechanical engineering]

Mechanics For Engineers

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Basics of Biomechanics

1) How Inertia Applies to Biomechanics Consider the late swing phase of gait and the forces going forward with the lower extremity. Just prior to heel-strike there…

Biomechanical tattoos

Biomechanical tattoos are an offspring of biomechanical art, a modern form of art, which depicts the human anatomy in the form of mechanical parts. For instance…

Benefits and Risks of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology has been labelled the new technology of the 21st century, comparable to the invention of electricity. The driving force is mainly the recent discoveries…

Basic Orthopaedic Biomechanics

This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction…

3M Nanotechnology

The global nanotechnology market has the potential to be applied to a wide and diverse range of goods, thanks to its ability to enhance many existing products. In…

Biomechanical Problems

Biomechanical / MSK / Gait problems Biomechanical (musculoskeletal – MSK) and many gait problems are usually painful problems that develop due to the poor mechanical…

Biomechanical Alignment

Biomechanics is a study of motion – body movements and the forces acting on the musculoskeletal system. Correct alignment allows for more normal use of the muscles…

Biomechanical analysis

Shoes that Fit Like a Glove Using technology to find the perfect fit Biomechanical analysis may sound like something they do at NASA, but in reality it’s a simple…

Applications of Biomechanics

In bioengineering applications problems of flow interacting with elastic solid are very common. We formulate the problem of interaction for an incompressible fluid…

Biomechanical Exam

Your first visit to any OKAPED office when you are booked in for a Pedorthic assessment begins with a 1 hr initial assessment. It is comprised to two major components…

Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation

We went along to a seminar concerning ABR with Leonid Blyum in Sydney this Feb. It was very interesting informtion and from a man who is passionate about helping…

Angular motion Biomechanics

An object does not just typically have angular momentum. Recall Newton s first law that an object in motion tends to stay in motion. Well, if a figure skater is…