Biomechanics II

Biomechanical principles including those based on impulse momentum relationships, work, power, energy and efficiency are applied to the lifespan development of components of human structure and function. Movements such as walking, swimming, dance and gymnastics are examined. Various techniques including computer graphics and modeling are used. (lec 3, lab 2) cr 3. Restricted to students in the third or fourth year in Biomedical Physics. Students may not retain credit for both INTE 4136 and PHED 4136.

INTE-4136EL
Human Kinetics
3.00
UG