BME 165 - Applied Engineering Biomechanics
Exploration of structural biomechanics applied to the human body. Students compare linear and nonlinear elastic, and viscoelastic models for describing the behavior of musculoskeletal tissues and implants. Concepts include bone remodeling, osteoarthritis, implant failure, muscle contraction, and cardiac mechanics.
Prerequisite(s): CE 95, CE 99, BME 65 or equivalent; And MATE 25 or BME 68 or equivalent.
Grading: Letter Graded
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