# BME 110B Biomechanics II (2012-2013)

#### BME 110B Biomechanics II

**BME 110B Biomechanics II (Credit Units: 4)** Introduction to dynamics. Kinematics of Particles, Newton’s Second Law, System's of Particles, Kinematics of Rigid Bodies, Motion in three dimensions. Prerequisite: BME110A. BME 110B and BME H110B may not both be taken for credit. BME 110A, BME 110B, BME 110C must be taken in the same academic year. (Design units: 1)

Class notes

1. Determine the velocity and acceleration by integration of the equation of motion (EAC a)

2. Apply Newton’s second law to determine the equation of motion (EAC a)

3. Calculate the work of a force exerted by a spring (EAC a)

4. Calculate the kinetic energy of a particle (EAC a)

5. Calculate the angular momentum of a system of particles (EAC a)

6. Calculate the tangential and normal components of acceleration of rotating slab (EAC a)

7. Derive the equation of motion for bodies in constrained plane motions (EAC a)

8. Apply the principle of conservation of energy to solve the equations of motion after a collision (EAC a)

9. Use a rotating frame to write the equations of motion of a rigid body in space (EAC a)

- Classical Physics and Lab.
- Electricity and magnetism.
- Classical Physics: Fluids, oscillations, waves, optics.
- Calculus.
- Differential Equations.

- Kinematics of Particles
- Kinematics of Particles: Newton’s Second Law
- Kinematics of Particles: Energy and Momentum Methods
- Systems of Particles
- Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
- Plane motion of rigid bodies: Forces and Accelerations
- Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies: Energy and momentum methods
- Kinetics of Rigid Bodies in three dimensions

Meets for 3 hours of lecture and 1 hour of discussion each week for 10 weeks.

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Contributes toward the Biomedical Engineering Topics and Major Design experience.

Design is taught through design projects and homework problems. The students are required to use the basic principles to design devices, theoretical approaches and experiments.

- Homework: 20%
- Midterm: 30%
- Final: 50%
- Total: 100%

Mathematics and Basic Science: 0.0 credit units

Computing: 0.0 credit units

Engineering Topics: 4.0 credit units

Engineering Science: 3.0 credit units

Engineering Design: 1.0 credit units