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Kinetics of Human Motion by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky
Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. The foremost biomechanist of the former Soviet Union, and a professor at The Pennsylvania State University sinceVladimir Zatsiorsky shares his 35 years of research and zatsioorsky in biomechanics in what may well be the most important biomechanics book of the s.
Adam marked it as to-read Jun 25, Zatsiorsky has authored or coauthored more than scientific papers. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
Before coming to North America inDr. Scott Kirkwood added it May 06, Prior to coming to North America inDr. Refresh and try again. Zatsiorsky served for 18 years as professor and chair of the department of biomechanics at kineticw Central Institute zatsiors,y Physical Culture in Moscow.
Kinetics Of Human Motion
While the book is advanced and assumes a knowledge of calculus and matrix algebra, the emphasis is on explaining movement concepts, not mathematical formulae.
Julie Iskander marked it as to-read Jul 21, Kinetics of Human Motion is divided into six chapters that cover external contact forces, statics, kinematic chains, inertial characteristics of the body, dynamics of human motion and work, and energy in human motion. Richard rated it it was amazing Jan 09, He and his wife Rita live in State College, Pennsylvania.
Kinetics of Human Motion is packed with illustrations and equations to help clarify and reemphasize the main concepts; it also contains review problems, applied research problems, end-of-chapter questions, and references throughout. Francisco Herrera marked it as to-read Oct 24, Coach Holly rated it liked it Jun 23, Zatsiorsky, PhD, is a world-renowned expert in the biomechanics of human motion. The book features helpful refreshers of basic mathematical concepts and kinesiology and other movement-related topics to facilitate reader comprehension of the topics presented.
Adeel marked it as to-read Jan 16, Artem marked it as to-read Oct 14, Javier marked it as to-read Feb 16, Agrebi marked it as to-read Jul 29, Readers will learn about the following: Three-dimensional analysis of forces and movements – Kinetics of multilink chains – Stability of equilibrium – Inertial properties of the human body – Joint torques and forces – Inverse problem of dynamics This text is advanced and assumes some knowledge of algebra and calculus, yet the emphasis is clearly on understanding physical concepts, not mathematical formulae.
Written by the foremost authority on the subject, Kinetics of Human Motion is the sequel and companion to the text Kinematics of Human Motion.
Kinetics of Human Motion : Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky :
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Zatsiorsky examines differential kinematics of human motion by “”adding”” the variables of velocity and acceleration in simple and complex biokinematic chains and by adding zatsioesky variable of three-dimensional movement to the study of multilink chains.
Jack marked it as to-read Feb 21, Asif Khan rated it really liked it Jun 19, He has been a professor in the department of kinesiology at Pennsylvania State University since and is director of the university’s biomechanics laboratory. The book is well illustrated and clearly written as the author skillfully integrates mechanical models with motioon experiments.
For a more rounded understanding of the concepts, each chapter includes “From the Literature” elements, which support the theories discussed while offering other viewpoints. Zatsiorsky, PhDis a world-renowned expert in the biomechanics of human motion.
Hassan marked it as to-read Nov 12, This text is advanced and assumes some knowledge of algebra and calculus, yet the emphasis is clearly on understanding physical concepts, not mathematical formulae.