MEGR2144 SOLID MECHANICS
Introduction to Solid Mechanics. An introduction to the theory of deformable bodies and its applications. Stress and deformation resulting from axial, torsion and bending loads. Shear and moment diagrams. Mohr’s circle for stress and strain and buckling of columns. (Fall, Spring)
MEGR2141 and MATH2241
MEGR 3090 BIODYNAMICS (Spring)
This course will introduce dynamic analysis of the human musculoskeletal system. Students will learn to develop lumped mass, planar rigid body and 3‐D rigid body models of human movement, and to learn to calculate internal forces in muscles and joints during daily and sports activities.
MEGR 3121 and MEGR 2144
or permission of instructor
MERG 7090/8090 MECHANICS OF THE HUMAN LOCOMOTOR SYSTEM (Spring 09)
Graduate level students, permission of instructor
BME 6707 Problem-Based Learning
Problem based learning provides a team based interdisciplinary problem solving environment in which the students devise solutions and approaches to topical and real world biomedical engineering problems and technologies.
Graduate level students only