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Title: 
Biomechanics and orthopedics: part 1 [Frontiers of biomedical engineering]
Author(s): 
Saltzman, W. Mark
Language: 
eng
Description: 
  • Educação Superior::Engenharias::Engenharia Biomédica
  • Presents a class where Professor Saltzman introduces the material properties of elasticity and viscosity. He describes two separate experimental setups to measure the elasticity and the viscosity of a material. Material elasticity can be defined in terms of stress-strain property, and defines the Young's modulus (E), which is the slope of the stress-strain curve. Fluid viscosity, on the other hand, is described by shear stress. When modeling any material, the spring can be used to represent an ideal elastic material and the dashpot an ideal viscoelastic material. All biomaterials contain some combination of these properties and can be described by physical models that consist of both spring and dashpot
Issue Date: 
  • 5-Apr-2010
  • 1-Apr-2008
  • 6-Apr-2010
  • 6-Apr-2010
  • 6-Apr-2010
Publisher: 
Yale University, Open Yale Courses
Keywords: 
  • Educação Superior::Engenharias::Engenharia Biomédica::Bioengenharia
  • Viscosity
  • Fluid
  • Elasticity
Notes: 
To learn about elasticity and viscosity
Credits: 
Duration: 44 min, 23 s. To hear this resource its necessary the instalation of Quick time. Available at: <http://www.apple.com/pt/quicktime/>
Source: 
http://objetoseducacionais2.mec.gov.br/handle/mec/13433
URI: 
http://acervodigital.unesp.br/handle/unesp/369754
Rights: 
Yale University 2009. Some rights reserved. Unless otherwise indicated in the applicable Credits section of certain lecture pages, all content on this web site is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Please refer to the Credits section to determine whether third-party restrictions on the use of content apply
Type: 
áudio
Appears in Collections:MEC - Objetos Educacionais (BIOE) - OE

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