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Mechanics For Engineers

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Articles on Nanotechnology

A Letter reports an important novel research study, but is less substantial than an Article. Letters typically occupy four printed journal pages. The text is limited…

Biomechanical Skull tattoos

Announcing the October 2015 contest at @biomech_collective: The Biomechanical Skull! Let s face it, skulls are just plain fun, and biomech skulls are not only fun…

Biomechanical Scorpion tattoos

Scorpio Tattoo, Concept, Design and Inked by Sunny at Aliens Tattoo, Mumbai. Client was looking for a Scorpio tattoo on his upper arm. He didn’t like anything from…

Biomechanical Tattoo Designs

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Basics of Mechatronics

Course Syllabus Established Course Syllabus as PDF: The course gives an overview of the basics of mechatronic systems and products including the components and characteristics…

Automotive Mechatronics

A large share of automotive innovations consists of significant improvements in formerly pure mechanical systems which are made possible using integrated electronics…

Bicycle Biomechanics

Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images/Challenge Family For most of the century or more that humans have ridden bikes, we didn’t know very much about the pedalling motion…

Basics of Nanotechnology

It uses a basic unit of measure called a nanometer (abbreviated nm ). Derived from the Greek word for midget, nano is a metric prefix and indicates a billionth…

Basic body Biomechanics

Presentation Basic Biomechanics BIOMECHANICS: BIO = living

Basic Biomechanical

Biomechanics is a fascinating field. Possessing sufficient knowledge in this area is paramount for properly understanding resistance training. I try my best to educate…

Bio-Nanotechnology

Mr George Heath setting up the Atomic Force Microscope, which sits on a vibration isolation table and is held within an acoustic hood to isolate external noise…

Areas of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers (a nanometer is one-billionth of a meter; a sheet of paper is…