This course provides an overview of human skeletal and muscular anatomy and physiology. Concepts of engineering mechanics are applied to the human musculoskeletal system. Topics covered include: kinematics, statics, dynamics of human motions, and human motion metrology.
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Course material created by Professor Robert L. Williams II, Ph.D.
Target audience: Senior undergraduate(4th year) and graduate
Institution: Ohio University
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