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Biomechanics : a qualitative approach for studying human movement 4th ed

Biomechanics : a qualitative approach for studying human movement 4th ed (Loan 2 times)

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단행본
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Kreighbaum, Ellen. Barthels, Katharine M.
Title Statement
Biomechanics : a qualitative approach for studying human movement / Ellen Kreighbaum, Katharine M. Barthels ; illustrations by the authors.
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4th ed.
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Boston :   Allyn and Bacon ,   c1996.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 619 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
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0205186513 9780205186518
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human mechanics. Biomechanics.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

ELLEN KREIGHBAUM(지은이)

<생체역학>

Katharine M. Barthels(지은이)

Information Provided By: : Aladin

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword = xiii
Preface = xv
CHAPTER 1 The Study and Analysis of Human Movement = 1
 1.1 Kinesiology and Biomechanics : Areas of Study = 1
 1.2 Approaches for Studying Movement = 3
  Understanding the Study of Human Movement = 6
CONCEPT MODULE A The Skeletal System and Its Articulations = 7
 A.1 The Skeletal System = 7
 A.2 Articulations = 17
  Understanding the Skeletal-Articular Structures = 22
CONCEPT MODULE B The Body's Link System and Its Movements = 24
 B.1 The Movement of a System Within a Frame of Reference = 24
 B.2 Types of Motion Exhibited by a System = 26
  Understanding Motions of a System = 28
 B.3 The Body's Link System and Its Movements = 28
  Understanding the Body's Link System and Its Movements = 41
 B.4 Anthropometric Characteristics of the Body = 42
  Understanding Anthropometric Measures = 51
CHAPTER 2 Neuromuscular Aspects of Movement = 52
 2.1 Functional Aspects of the Muscular System = 52
 2.2 Types and Functions of Muscular Tension = 57
  Understanding the Characteristics of the Muscular System and Muscular Tension = 59
 2.3 Functional Aspects of the Neuromuscular System = 60
 2.4 Factors Influencing the Production of Muscular Tension and Force Applied to Bone = 64
  Understanding the Neuromuscular System and Factors Affecting Muscular Force on Bone = 71
 2.5 Functional Aspects of the Sensorimotor System = 72
  Understanding the Sensorimotor System = 76
CONCEPT MODULE C Visualizing forces = 80
 C.1 What is Force? = 80
 C.2 The Four Properties of Force = 81
 C.3 Mass, Gravity, and Weight = 81
 C.4 Center of Gravity = 82
  Understanding Force and Center of Gravity = 83
 C.5 Force Diagrams and Vectors = 83
  Understanding Force Diagrams and Vectors = 89
CONCEPT MODULE D Forces and Movement = 91
 D.1 Action and Reaction Forces = 91
 D.2 Internal and External Forces = 93
 D.3 Motive and Resistive forces = 95
  Understanding Force Identification = 98
 D.4 Force vs. Pressure = 98
 D.5 Friction Force = 99
 D.6 Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces = 102
 D.7 Elastic Force = 102
 D.8 Buoyant Force = 104
 D.9 The Free Body Diagram(FBD) = 104
  Understanding Different Types of Force = 105
 D.10 Work = 106
 D.11 Power = 106
 D.12 Energy = 106
  Understanding Work, Power, and Energy = 107
CONCEPT MODULE E Torque and Rotation = 109
 E.1 Torque = 109
 E.2 The Effect of Two or More Torques Applied to a Body = 111
 E.3 Systems in Linear and Rotary Motion = 114
  Understanding Torque = 115
 E.4 Segmental Torques and the Body's Center of Gravity Location = 116
  Understanding the Center of Gravity = 123
 E.5 Torque around the Body's Center of Buoyancy = 124
  Understanding Buoyancy and Flotation = 128
CHAPTER 3 Body Balance and Stability Control = 129
 3.1 Balance, Equilibrium, and Stability = 129
 3.2 Controlling Balance in Static Positions = 136
  Understanding Balance, Equilibrium, and Stability = 138
 3.3 Controlling Balance During Movement = 138
  Understanding Balance Control = 143
CHAPTER 4 Biomechanics of the Museuloskeletal System = 145
 4.1 Leverlike Arrangements = 145
  Understanding Torques on the Musculoskeletal System = 151
  Understanding Applications to Musculoskeletal Structures = 155
 4.2 Wheel and Axlelike Arrangements = 162
 4.3 Pulleylike Arrangements = 164
 4.4 General Considerations of Musculokeletal Machines = 165
  Understanding Musculokeletal Machines = 166
CHAPTER 5 Biomechanical Relationship in the Upper Extremity = 168
 5.1 The Shoulder Girdle Complex = 168
 5.2 The Shoulder Joint = 173
  Understanding the Shoulder Girdle-Shoulder Joint Complex = 181
 5.3 The Elbow Joint = 182
 5.4 The Radioulnar Joint = 184
 5.5 The Wrist Joint = 185
  Understanding the Elbow, Radioulnar, and Wrist Joints = 189
CHAPTER 6 Biomechanical Relationships in the Lower Extremity = 193
 6.1 The Hip Joint = 193
 6.2 The Knee Joint = 198
  Understanding the Hip and Knee Joints = 205
 6.3 The Tibiofibular Joint = 206
 6.4 The Ankle and Foot = 206
  Understanding the Ankle and Foot = 211
 6.5 Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity During Locomotion = 212
 6.6 Lower Extremity Postures = 213
 6.7 Lower Extremity Misalignments in Dance = 220
 6.8 Analyzing Lower Extremity Misalignments = 221
  Understanding Postural Alignments = 223
CHAPTER 7 Biomechanical Relationships in the Trunk = 228
 7.1 The Skull = 228
 7.2 The Thorax = 228
 7.3 The Vertebral Column = 228
  Understanding the Trunk = 241
CHAPTER 8 Application of Biomechanics to Fitness Activities = 245
 8.1 Aspects of Fitness = 245
 8.2 Resistance Devices Used in Training = 247
  Understanding Resistance Devices = 256
 8.3 Strength = 257
 8.4 Muscular Power = 262
  Understanding Muscular Strength and Power = 263
 8.5 Muscular Endurance = 263
  Understanding Muscular Endurance = 265
 8.6 Flexibility = 265
  Understanding the Biomechanical Aspects of Flexibility = 271
CONCEPT MODULE F Force and Motion Relationships = 276
 F.1 Linear Speed and Velocity = 276
 F.2 Linear Acceleration = 277
  Understanding Linear Motion Changes = 282
 F.3 The Relationship of Force, Mass, and Linear Acceleration = 282
 F.4 Centripetal Force and Radial Acceleration = 287
  Understanding Force and Motion Relationships = 288
CONCEPT MODULE G Linear Momentum and Kinetic Energy = 290
 G.1 Linear Momentum = 290
 G.2 Linear Impulse = 291
 G.3 Conservation of Linear Momentum = 295
 G.4 Kinetic Energy = 296
  Understanding Momentum and Energy = 298
CHAPTER 9 Observing and Analyzing Performance = 300
 9.1 The Nature of Skills = 300
  Understanding the Nature of Skills = 303
 9.2 The Overall Performance Objective of a Skill = 303
 9.3 The Analysis Process = 305
  Understanding the Analysis Process = 311
 9.4 Analysis of Daily Living and workplace Tasks = 311
  Understanding the Analysis of Daily Living and Workplace Tasks = 312
CONCEPT MODULE H Torque and Motion Relationships = 313
 H.1 Angular Speed and Velocity = 313
 H.2 Linear Velocity of a Point on a Rotating Body = 314
 H.3 Angular Acceleration = 315
  Understanding Rotary Motion = 318
 H.4 The Relationship of Torque, Rotational Inertia, and Angular Acceleration = 318
  Understanding Torque and Motion Relationships = 324
CONCEPT MODULE I Angular Momentum = 326
 I.1 Angular Momentum = 326
 I.2 Angular Impulse = 327
 I.3 Conservation of Angular Momentum Within a System = 329
 I.4 Vector Resolution of Angular Momentum = 331
  Understanding Angular Momentum = 332
CONCEPT MODULE J Throwlike and Pushlike Movement Patterns = 335
 J.1 Introduction and Terminology = 335
  Understanding Segmental Movement Concepts = 337
 J.2 Throwlike Patterns : Sequential Segmental Rotations = 338
  Understanding Sequential Segmental Rotations = 345
 J.3 Lever Versus Wheel-Axle Rotations = 345
  Understanding Lever and Wheel-Axle Rotations = 347
 J.4 Pushlike Patterns : Simultaneous Segmental Rotations = 349
 J.5 The Throw-Push Continuum = 351
  Understanding Pushlike Patterns = 353
CHAPTER 10 Performance Analysis of Pushlike Movements = 355
 10.1 Force Activities = 356
 10.2 Power Activities = 356
 10.3 Accuracy Activities = 365
  Understanding Pushlike Activities = 366
CHAPTER 11 Performance Analysis of Throwlike Movements = 370
 11.1 Biomechanics of Throwlike Patterns = 370
 11.2 Analysis of Sport Skills Using the Kinetic Link Principle = 372
 11.3 Comparisons of Similar Skills Within the Same Pattern = 378
 11.4 Performance Errors : Teaching and Coaching Applications = 380
 11.5 Developmental Patterns : Teaching Implications = 382
  Understanding Applications of the Kinetic Link Principle = 384
CHAPTER 12 Analysis of Projectile-Related Activities = 387
 12.1 Properties of Motion Related to Projectiles = 387
 12.2 Projecting for Vertical Distance = 390
 12.3 Projecting for Vertical Distance with a Horizontal Component = 392
  Understanding Projections for Vertical Distance = 395
 12.4 Projecting for Horizontal Distance = 396
  Understanding Projections for Horizontal Distance = 405
 12.5 Projecting for Accuracy = 406
  Understanding Projections for Accuracy and Speed = 412
CONCEPT MODULE K Fluid Forces = 414
 K.1 Fluid Drag Force = 414
  Understanding Fluid Drag Force = 422
 K.2 Fluid Lift Force = 422
  Understanding Fluid Lift Force = 426
CHAPTER 13 Applications of Aerodynamics in Sport = 427
 13.1 Effects of Drag on the Body and Objects in Sport = 427
  Understanding Drag Force in Sport = 435
 13.2 Effects of Lift in Sport = 436
  Understanding Lift Force in Sport = 442
 13.3 Lift Force Produced by Spin : The Magnus Effect = 442
  Understanding the Magnus Effect = 448
CHAPTER 14 Applications of Hydrodynamics in Aquatics = 451
 14.1 Forces Affecting the Floating Ability of a Body = 452
  Understanding the Effects of Buoyancy = 457
 14.2 Resistive Forces in Swimming and Aquatic Exercise = 458
  Understanding Resistance in Water = 465
 14.3 Propulsive Forces in Swimming and Aquatic Exercise = 466
  Understanding Propulsion in Water = 484
 14.4 Swimming S[eed and Efficiency = 485
  Understanding Speed Efficiency = 488
CHAPTER 15 Analysis of Activities in Which the Body Rotates Free of Support = 493
 15.1 The Human Body in Rotary Motion = 494
  Understanding the Body Rotating Free of Support = 499
 15.2 Initiating Rotations = 499
  Understanding the Initiation of Rotation in the Air = 509
 15.3 Analysis of Rotations While Airborne = 509
  Understanding Airborne Rotations = 516
CHAPTER 16 Analysis of Activities in Which the Body Rotaters While Supported = 519
 16.1 The Human Body in Supported Rotary Motion = 519
 16.2 Conservation of Angular Momentum in a Supported System = 521
 16.3 Applications of Angular Momentum Principles to a Supported Body = 524
  Understanding the Rotation of a Supported Body = 534
CHAPTER 17 Introduction to Biomechanics Instrumentation = 536
 17.1 Research In and Out of the Laboratory = 536
 17.2 Overview of Instrumentation and Its Uses = 537
 17.3 Kinematic Data Acquisition = 538
 17.4 Kinetic Data Acquisition = 554
 17.5 Electromyography = 559
 17.6 Using Microcomputers for Collecting and Analyzing Data = 560
  Understanding Biomechanics Instrumentation = 561
GLOSSARY = 567
APPENDIX Ⅰ Metric and British Units and Conversions = 573
APPENDIX Ⅱ Lists of Symbols and Equations = 575
APPENDIX Ⅲ Anthropometric Parameters = 578
APPENDIX Ⅳ Methods of Calculating the Center of Gravity = 582
APPENDIX Ⅴ Mathematics Review and Trigonometry = 588
APPENDIX Ⅵ Muscles and Movements = 595
INDEX = 603


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