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  • Movement
  • The word "biomechanics" (1899) and the related "biomechanical" (1856) come from the Ancient Greek βίος bios "life" and μηχανική, mēchanikē "mechanics", to refer to the study of the mechanical principles of living organisms, particularly their movement and structure. (wikipedia.org)
  • simulation
  • CircuitLogix - an electronics simulation software developed by Logic Design Inc. COMSOL Multiphysics - a predominantly finite element analysis, solver and simulation software package for various physics and engineering applications, especially coupled phenomena, or multi-physics. (wikipedia.org)
  • changes
  • A biochemical basis for the signal transduction from the cytoskeleton to the nucleus resulting in changes in gene expression was first proposed by Björklund (now Gordon) and Gordon in 1993 This would result in a biochemical transduction of the biomechanical signal from the cytoskeleton that is thereby passed on to the nucleus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Materials
  • In other words, the mechanical characteristics of these materials rely on physical phenomena occurring in multiple levels, from the molecular all the way up to the tissue and organ levels. (wikipedia.org)
  • physiological
  • Themes of biomechanical and physiological studies today are performance enhancing aspects of wheelchair use and the ergonomics of wheelchair design. (nih.gov)
  • In the light of the current biomechanical and physiological knowledge of manual wheelchair propulsion there seems to be a need for the stimulation of other than hand rim propelled manual wheelchairs. (nih.gov)
  • The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has defined sports medicine as multidisciplinary, including the physiological, biomechanical, psychological, and pathological phenomena associated with exercise and sports. (collegeofsanmateo.edu)
  • By helping reduce baseline levels of internal physiological stress and restoring improved function throughout the body, regular chiropractic care helps mediate one's response to anxiety-provoking phenomena. (stateoftheartchiro.com)
  • Breaking has been a global phenomenon in recent years, manifested in battles (competitions) every single week in many countries worldwide, taking the body through extreme ranges of motion - from a biomechanical perspective - but also challenging the physiological demands of the breakers at intensities higher than has been recorded in other dance genres. (fitpro.com)
  • Therefore, my research team of 15 international researchers/dancers and I conducted a 1.5-year-long research programme during which we created the Breakalign Method , a conditioning programme based on the analysis of the biomechanical and physiological demands of breaking and funded by the Centre National de la Danse in France. (fitpro.com)
  • The human respiratory system has a complex structure that stretches from the trachea to the alveoli and involves many physiological phenomena such as the airflow, lung deformation, oxygen exchange, pleural pressure distribution, alveolar pressure distribution, respiratory muscle activation, and chest movement. (biomedcentral.com)
  • What makes GUT attractive for understanding the universe of sports performance are the complex interacting variables common to it: such as, physiological fitness, tactical awareness, nutrition, biomechanical proficiency, history, psychosocial features, even genetics. (playerdevelopmentproject.com)
  • biomechanics
  • The word "biomechanics" (1899) and the related "biomechanical" (1856) come from the Ancient Greek βίος bios "life" and μηχανική, mēchanikē "mechanics", to refer to the study of the mechanical principles of living organisms, particularly their movement and structure. (wikipedia.org)
  • Apart from the propulsion technique the focus of biomechanics research of manual wheelchair propulsion is mainly towards injury mechanisms, especially phenomena of overuse to the upper extremity. (nih.gov)
  • Chiropractic experience, and Post Graduate Certification in: Chiropractic Biophysics, Whiplash Biomechanics and Brain Injury Traumatology, Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injury, MRI Interpretation, and Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Patrick Conlin, DC, DAAMLP is a trained expert in the field of spine injury and biomechanics . (40thstreetchiropractic.com)
  • behavior
  • Active research topics within our Group include development of new finite element methods (e.g. discontinuous Galerkin method), computational acoustics and fluid-structure interaction, algorithms for dynamical and transient transport phenomena, adaptive solution schemes using configurational forces, modeling the behavior of complex materials and biological tissues. (stanford.edu)
  • Each tissue's biomechanical behavior is well understood after several decades of research and this behavior is briefly reviewed here, as are the concepts relating to the mechanical induction of cartilage degradation (osteoarthritis) with a discussion of clinical strategies for repair. (nih.gov)
  • ankle
  • Purpose] This study aimed to elucidate the dynamics of the kinematic chain of shank rotation accompanying calcaneal pronation/supination during weight-bearing changes associated with ankle positions during plantar/dorsiflexion and whether this biomechanical phenomenon is affected by age. (go.jp)
  • Mechanical
  • In other words, the mechanical characteristics of these materials rely on physical phenomena occurring in multiple levels, from the molecular all the way up to the tissue and organ levels. (wikipedia.org)
  • Multiphysics modeling arises from the need to model complex mechanical, physical and/or biological systems with functionalities dependent on interactions among chemical, mechanical and/or electronic phenomena. (stanford.edu)
  • In this way, evolutionary cheating is not significantly different from plain old rigorous ontological and epistemological reductionism from Descartes to Dawkins, which (some have argued) stems equally from the competitive ethos, presenting in a worldview in which phenomena of higher orders of complexity are seen as effected by the individual collisions between socio-cultural, genetic or bio-mechanical atoms. (thebubblechamber.org)
  • movements
  • In the modeling of biological phenomena, in living organisms whether the measurements are of blood pressure, enzyme levels, biomechanical movements or heartbeats, etc., one of the important aspects is time variation in the data. (uni-kl.de)
  • Due to the complex nature of upper body movements, a standard biomechanical model does not exist. (mcw.edu)
  • Research
  • He was also prompted by the nature of evidence for the alien phenomenon to look into research in cell biology, bio-chemistry and theoretical physics. (nigelkerner.com)
  • firstly, a PhD thesis that enable the team to certify new digital modelling paradigms using the principle of model reduction and, secondly, postdoc work as a follow-on to the PhD. To complete this research, another thesis is under way on modelling of microcapsule damage phenomena and membrane rupture and soon a request will be addressed to the scientists at the UTC- LMAC Lab (applied maths), Compiegne. (utc.fr)
  • analysis
  • Success of an instep soccer kick depends on various factors including the distance of the kick from the goal, the type of kick used, the air resistance and the technique of the main kick which is best described using biomechanical analysis. (jssm.org)
  • We use motion analysis, medical imaging, functional testing and analysis of biomechanical markers in our studies. (stanford.edu)
  • Such an explanation has two limitations: (a) it relies on analysis of only one material model and (b) the hyperelasticity theory is used for the explanation of the failure phenomenon. (imechanica.org)
  • In a biomechanical analysis context, it is important to notice that the two fundamental approaches in markerless motion capture have different sensitivity to the skin artifact phenomenon. (isbweb.org)
  • and the biomechanical and behavioral analysis of motor control. (ipnfa.org)
  • Joints
  • The biomechanical purpose of synovial joints is to provide lubricated contact between the moving surfaces with as little frictional forces as possible. (nih.gov)
  • degeneration
  • Dynamic stabilization systems have been suggested to address adjacent segment degeneration, which is considered to be a fusion-associated phenomenon. (oalib.com)
  • The problem is investigated with reference to different compressibility levels of disk material related to disk degeneration phenomena. (asme.org)
  • Stress
  • To explain this phenomenon it was suggested in the literature to use the asymptotic value of the hydrostatic tension in the plateau yield-like region on the stress-stretch curve obtained for the neo-Hookean model. (imechanica.org)
  • Model
  • When designing a biomechanical upper extremity model, several key components must be determined. (mcw.edu)
  • Systems dynamics (and subsequently systems thinking) actually developed when trying to model phenomena that were intractable to the reductionist view, such as weather patterns. (runninginsystems.com)
  • It is based on simulations carried out with the 3D biomechanical tongue model developed at ICP, which is now controlled with the Lambda model Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis. (duhnnae.com)
  • Numerical
  • Numerical methods are hence applied in almost every biomechanical study. (wikipedia.org)
  • In contrast, scientific investigations of phonation have focused on understanding the physical phenomena behind phonation using simplified physical and numerical models constructed using representative population based parameters. (uwaterloo.ca)
  • Technique
  • Kabat integrated Sister Kenney's manual technique with Sherrington's discovery of successive induction, reciprocal innervation and inhibition, and the phenomenon of irradiation. (ipnfa.org)
  • physical
  • The study of this process is interesting, not only because of the complex physical phenomena involved, but also because of the presence of phonation disorders that can make the everyday task of using ones voice difficult. (uwaterloo.ca)
  • We're going to be focusing on the hugely popular phenomenon of physical theatre and looking back to its roots in Russia in the 1920s and '30s. (futurelearn.com)