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Solved: Professional Application A 75.0-kg person is

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Problem 13PE

Professional Application A 75.0-kg person is riding in a car moving at 20.0 m/s when the car runs into a bridge abutment. (a) Calculate the average force on the person if he is stopped by a padded dashboard that compresses an average of 1.00 cm. (b) Calculate the average force on the person if he is stopped by an air bag that compresses an average of 15.0 cm.

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Anatomical Kinesiology: HES 207 The Musculature:  Fibers Continued:  Fiber Architecture o Strap o Fusiform o Triangular o Pennate  Fiber Arrangements  LOA = Line of Action (pull) o Goes in same direction as fiber o Needs to offset from joint center o Creates a moment arm  Angle of Attachment  Muscle Contractions  Concentric: Shortening occurs o muscle contracts with greater force than resistance and shortens  Eccentric: Lengthening occurs o muscle contracts with less resistance force less than resistance and lengthens  I

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Author: Paul Peter Urone, Roger Hinrichs
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