5 edition of Optical Measurement Methods in Biomechanics found in the catalog.
December 31, 1996
Written in English
|Contributions||J.C. Shelton (Editor), J.F. Orr (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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The contents address a broad range of optical measurement techniques which have been used in biomechanics, techniques characterized as n- contacting and non-destructive. Theoretical outlines and practical advice on gaining entry to the fields of expertise are complemented by biomec- nical case studies and key literature references.
Get this from a library. Optical measurement methods in biomechanics. [J F Orr; J C Shelton;] -- This text presents the theoretical principles of optical measurement techniques in biomechanics.
It also contains details of applications in biomechanics with practical guidance and extensive. Get this from a library. Optical measurement methods in biomechanics. [J F Orr; J C Shelton;] -- This book contains theoretical principles sufficient to gain an introduction to each technique, appreciating its capabilities and allowing an informed selection for research applications.
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The actual process of performing such an analysis involves measurement (kinematic and kinetic), storage, retrieval, processing, analysis and presentation. The practical measurement of gait kinematics was not possible until optical technology evolved to facilitate easy and repeatable recording of by: 2.
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Additionally, we used a multiprobe adapter system to measure each subject’s skin hydration levels, transepidermal water loss, and melanin concentration. Our results suggest that the measured optical.