BME 473 ~ Applied Biomechanics

 

Objective

The goal of BME 473 is to teach the fundamental concepts of movement biomechanics with an emphasis on how muscles produce movement.

 

Instructor (top)

Jeff Reinbolt
Office hours: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM W
Dougherty Engineering Building, Room 207
865.974.5308

 

Teaching Assistant (top)

Not applicable

 

Meeting Time and Place (top)

9:40 PM - 10:55 PM TR
Dabney-Buehler Hall , Room 334

 

Required Textbook (top)

Course Reader (available online only)

 

The Honor Statement (top)

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Catalog Description(top)

473 Applied Biomechanics (3) Applications of biomechanics to the industrial and orthopedic area. Design of orthopedic implant devices; biomechanics of injury and protection.
(RE) Prerequisite(s): BCMB 230 and ME 231
(DE) Prerequisite(s): BME 271.