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Biomechanics For Dummies
No biomechanics book can show you how to apply biomechanics to every possible form of human movement — there are just too many ways the human body can move. But what a biomechanics book can show you is that biomechanics applies to every possible form of human movement.
Biomechanics For Dummies is a reference book on the “what” and “how” of biomechanics. The “what” relates to the explanation of the terminology and principles of biomechanics, and the “how” relates to solving all the pesky equations that pop up in any science.
Finally, within this book, you may note that some web addresses break across two lines of text. If you’re reading this book in print and want to visit one of these web pages, simply key in the web address exactly as it’s noted in the text, pretending as though the line break doesn’t exist. If you’re reading this as an e-book, you’ve got it easy — just click the web address to be taken directly to the web page.
Book Detail :-
Title: Biomechanics For Dummies
Author(s): Steve McCaw
Publisher: For Dummies
About Author :-
The author Steve McCaw , PhD, Professor of Biomechanics, Illinois State University, US.
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Book Contents :-
Biomechanics For Dummies
cover the following topics.
Part-I Getting Started with Biomechanics
1. Jumping Into Biomechanics
2. Reviewing the Math You Need for Biomechanics
3. Speaking the Language of Biomechanics
Part-II Looking At Linear Mechanics
4. Making Motion Change: Force
5. Describing Linear Motion: Linear Kinematics
6. Causing Linear Motion: Linear Kinetics
7. Looking At Force and Motion Another Way:
Part-III Investigating Angular Mechanics
8. Twisting and Turning: Torques and Moments of Force.
9. Angling into Rotation: Angular Kinematics
10. Causing Angular Motion: Angular Kinetics
11. Fluid Mechanics
Part-IV Analyzing the “Bio” of Biomechanics
12. Stressing and Straining:
13. Boning Up on Skeletal Biomechanics.
14. Touching a Nerve: Neural Considerations in Biomechanics
15. Muscling Segments Around: Muscle Biomechanics
Part-V Applying Biomechanics
16. Eyeballing Performance: Qualitative Analysis
17. Putting a Number on Performance: Quantitative Analysis
18. Furthering Biomechanics: Research Applications
19. Investigating Forensic Biomechanics: How Did It Happen?
Part-VI The Parts of Tens
20. Ten Online Resources for Biomechanics
21. Ten Things You May Not Know about Biomechanics
22. Ten Ways to Succeed in Your Biomechanics Course
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