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# Quiz 1 Review KIN3309

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Liya Oommen
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GPA 3.4
Biomechanics
Dr. Beom Chan Lee

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This is a list of material that will be covered on Quiz 1. Please refer to my other lecture notes for the quizzes. Those will make up 90% of the question that will be on the quiz.
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Biomechanics
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Dr. Beom Chan Lee
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Study Guide
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9
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Date Created: 02/16/15
Xft o T parameter Slide3 o Yfx 0 Linear equations Slide5 0 Each line is a linear equation 0 Compute the slope of each line Slide 6 0 Remember the lim formula Differentiation of a number is 0 Slide 11 0 Simpli ed equation Y xquot4 xquot3 3 0 Y 4xquot3 3Xquot2 0 0 Any number by itself is a 0 Slide 13 o G are constants 0 You have to take the derivative of 16tquot2 o Acceleration 32 after doing a derivative Slide 15 o Acceleration is O and velocity is constant on the rise and fall Slide 16 o Derivative of sin theta is cos theta o Derivative of cos theta is sin theta Slide 20 0 Integration you add to the top and bring that number into a reciprocal fraction gtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtllt Vectors have direction and magnitude Scalars only have magnitude Slide 28 0 You add both arrows together Slide 29 o Parallelogram method Slide 30 0 You choose the vertical distance in the parallelogram Slide 32 gtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtlltgtllt EVIEW QF QUIZ 1 Kinematics o Examines spatial space and temporal time characteristic of motion Position displacement velocity and acceleration Force not considered Examples how fast is the thing moving how high how far Kinetics o Examines forces torques that cause motion 0 Magnitude direction line of action point of application Planes o Sagittal Left and right halves Mediolateral axis 0 Frontal coronal Front and back halves Stress and strain 0 Stress force applied per unit area 0 area is usually a cross sectional area Strain o Deformation caused by applied stress Stress strain curve 0 Yield point 0 Failure Ossi cation modeling and remodeling o Oss formation of bone 0 Modeling create a new bone 0 Remodeling constantly being removed and replaced Types of muscle 0 Skeletal muscle associated with bony skeleton voluntary 0 Cardiac Myo bril and sarcomere o Contractile element of muscle ber 0 Functional unit of skeletal muscle Motor unit 0 1 motor neuron muscle bers Characteristic of muscle 0 lrritability ability to respond to stimulation 0 Contractibility To shorten o Extensibility to stretch o Elasticity Return to resting length Rile of muscles 0 Agonist and antagonist o Stabilizer protect o Neutralizer Net muscle actions 0 Isometric Muscle tension goes up length does not change 0 lsotonic Concentric shortens muscles Eccentric lengthens muscles Forcelength relationship 0 Blue diagram of length vs isometric tension Recruitment and rate coding 0 Recruitment size and of motor unit recruitment 0 Frequency coding rate coding Can produce more tension Re ex spine not brain 0 Myotactic re ex o Flexor o Cutaneous Proprioceptive receptors o Sensory receptors 0 Muscle spindles monitor muscle stretch o Golgi tendon organ Only detects muscle tension and force Outside muscle fiberextrafusal ElectromyographyEMG 0 Measure muscle activation not force 0 Take electrical signal due to AP Measuring the electrical signal The shoulder complex 0 Sterno acro scap glen Articulation and physiologic The lower leg 0 Functional anatomy The knee joint 0 Supports body weight 2 degree of freedom Flexionextension Condylofjoint Double condyloid joint 0 Also diagram The vertebral column 0 Rigid support and exibility Key muscles 0 Back and front view 58 Effects of aging on the trunk o Smaller uid region 0 Height of discs reduced 0 Increased bending o Lumbar O O O O 90 comes from lecture quizzes Xft o T parameter Slide3 o Yfx 0 Linear equations Slide5 0 Each line is a linear equation 0 Compute the slope of each line Slide 6 0 Remember the lim formula Differentiation of a number is 0 Slide 11 0 Simplified equation Y xquot4 xquot3 3 0 Y 4xquot3 3Xquot2 O 0 Any number by itself is a 0 Slide 13 o G are constants 0 You have to take the derivative of 16tquot2 o Acceleration 32 after doing a derivative Slide 15 o Acceleration is O and velocity is constant on the rise and fall Slide 16 o Derivative of sin theta is cos theta o Derivative of cos theta is sin theta Slide 20 0 Integration you add to the top and bring that number into a reciprocal fraction Vectors have direction and magnitude Scalars only have magnitude Slide 28 0 You add both arrows together Slide 29 o Parallelogram method Slide 30 0 You choose the vertical distance in the parallelogram Slide 32 REVIEW OF QUIZ 1 Kinematics o Examines spatial space and temporal time characteristic of motion I Position displacement velocity and acceleration I Force not considered I Examples how fast is the thing moving how high how far Kinetics o Examines forces torques that cause motion 0 Magnitude direction line of action point of application Planes o Sagittal I Left and right haves I Mediolateral axis 0 Frontal coronal I Front and back haves Stress and strain 0 Stress force applied per unit area 0 quotareaquot is usually a cross sectional area Strain o Deformation caused by applied stress Stress strain curve 0 Yield point 0 Failure Ossification modeling and remodeling o 055 formation of bone 0 Modeling create a new bone 0 Remodeling constantly being removed and replaced Types of muscle 0 Skeletal muscle associated with bony skeleton voluntary 0 Cardiac Myofibril and sarcomere o Contractile element of muscle fiber 0 Functional unit ofskeletal muscle Motor unit 0 1 motor neuron muscle fibers Characteristic of muscle 0 rritabiity ability to respond to stimulation 0 Contractibility I To shorten o Extensibility to stretch o Elasticity I Return to resting length Rile of muscles 0 Agonist and antagonist o Stabilizer protect o Neutralizer Net muscle actions 0 Isometric I Muscle tension goes up length does not change 0 Isotonic I Concentric shortens muscles I Eccentric lengthens muscles Forcelength relationship 0 Blue diagram of length vs isometric tension Recruitment and rate coding 0 Recruitment size and of motor unit recruitment 0 Frequency coding rate coding Can produce more tension Reflex spine not brain o Myotactic reflex o Flexor o Cutaneous Proprioceptive receptors 0 Sensory receptors 0 Muscle spindles monitor muscle stretch o Golgi tendon organ I Only detects muscle tension and force I Outside muscle fiberextrafusal Electromyography EMG 0 Measure muscle activation not force 0 Take electrical signal due to AP I Measuring the electrical signal The shoulder complex 0 Sterno acro scap glen I Articulation and physiologic The lower leg 0 Functional anatomy The knee joint Supports body weight 2 degree of freedom Flexionextension Condylofjoint Double condyloid joint Also diagram The vertebral column 0 Rigid support and flexibility Key muscles 0 Back and front view 58 Effects of aging on the trunk o Smallerfluid region 0 Height of discs reduced 0 Increased bending o Lumbar OOOOOO 90 comes from lecture quizzes

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