## Statics in Biomedical Engineering

| Post date: 2020/02/12 |
(Department)  Biomedical Engineering         (Division)       -

(Level and Major) bachelor

Course Title Statics in Biomedical Engineering

Number of Credits       3             Prerequisite calculus 1 , Physics 1

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Course Description -

Course Goals and Objectives

1-Acquaintance with equilibrium in 2D & 3D
2- Acquaintance with Loads
3- Acquaintance with Mechanical behavior of materials

Course Topics

1-      Introduction :

Overview of Quantities, Vector Algebra, Newton's Laws and Systems, Internal and External Multiplication of vectors

2-      Power and torque :

Determination of the resultant of the forces of orientation, lengrish of the force around a line and about a point,, force pair, of the coupling system of force, the result of a general force system, determine the equivalent force of the plate force system

3-      Free Chart :

Understand the types of supports, how to draw a rigid body diagram

4-      Balance :

Equilibrium laws, rigid equilibrium equations and determinants of anchor forces, static equilibrium conditions, static indefinite

5-      Structures :

Trusses ( dual-force members, knot method and cross section method ) , frames and machine components .

6-      Distributed forces : The center of mass and the geometric center of a compound, compound shapes and lines .

7-      Beams :

Shear forces, determination of internal forces, diagrams of shear forces and bending moment, the governing relationships between shear forces and bending moment and extensive load .

8-      Human balance :

Equilibrium Equations in the Musculoskeletal System, Calculation of Muscle Strengths and Joint Response

9-      Friction :

Laws of the dry friction, angle of the friction wedge, (c) of China and the rooms are of the Sikhs , the rolling friction of the belt of .

10-  Job :

The Virtual Method in Estimating Reaction and Displacement Forces

11-  Loaded cables

12-  Anchors the area and multiplication of the of the nurse to :

Integral Method G of the of , cases of the transmission axes of parallel to the surface of the compound, under Axes

13-  Concepts of the public of stress :

Stress, defined by physical stress, all kinds of stress .

14-  14. Stress analysis in axial load bars :

Loading the axis of the center, allowable stress, the coefficient of the reliability of bread, shear stress of the riveted joints, c a g Bolts

15. Strain and deformation in organs under axial load :

Definition of F strain, relationships, stress-strain, the single axis of the hook, check the curve of stress - strain, the coefficient of the Poisson, Hooke's Law all the to the material of the homogeneous isotope , change Y of the problem in loading the shaft to solve problems of L Invalid of the acetate of one of .

Reading Resources
1- Meriam, JL, "Engineering Mechanics-STATICS", JOHN WILEY.    2012
2-    N. Ozkaya, M. Nordin, "Fundamentals of Biomechanics: Equilibrium, Motion, and Deformation", Springer, Chapters 3-5. 2012
3- alnal, Mustafa, Ozan Akkuş, and Randall E. Marcus. "Fundamentals of MusculoskeletalBiomechanics." In Musculoskeletal Research and Basic Science, pp. 15-36. Springer, Cham, 2016 .

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