Biomechanics: An Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling (Hardcover)

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Biomechanics: An Introduction to Musculoskeletal Modeling (Hardcover)

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This full-color biomechanics textbook comprehensively covers biomechanics theory, while emphasizing and encouraging students' creativity through interactive examples using professional computer simulation software. It provides novel problem-solving techniques based on learning experiments and interactive computer simulations with design feedback requirements. Drawing on the author's more than 10 years of teaching experience and influenced by an original learning model, this book teaches multidisciplinary methods of resolving and approaching complex problems, supported by mathematical analysis about how design parameters are influenced by a user's physical and strength capabilities.
Dr. Gielo-Perczak crosses the boundaries of many scientific approaches. Her research interests are modelling and simulation of the musculoskeletal system, shoulder complex, control theory and the systems approach seen in the context of preventing musculoskeletal injuries and improving through combining these approaches, a biomedical device design. Dr. Gielo-Perczak is an author of 22 refereed original journal, 51 proceeding articles and abstracts, and 7 chapters and reviews. Dr.Gielo-Perczak has been a Biomch-L Forum co-moderator since 1991. Over the last 4 years Dr.Gielo-Perczak served as a member of the Executive Council of the International Society of Biomechanics. Currently, she serves as a chair of The Individual Differences in Performance Technical Group in Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Dr. Gielo-Perczak is as a member of the Editorial Board of Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science and a Consulting Editor for Occupational Ergonomics.
Product Details ISBN: 9781439872017
ISBN-10: 1439872015
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication Date: December 31st, 2023
Pages: 425
Language: English