BME 65 - Biomedical Applications of Statics
Detailed study of bodies in equilibrium as they apply to biomedical systems. Two-dimensional analysis of human joints and load-bearing implants are explored. Topics include free body diagrams, anthropometric measurements, internal forces, loading types, and stress shielding.
2 hours lecture/3 hours lab.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 31 or MATH 31X, and PHYS 50.
Grading: Letter Graded
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