Biomechanic

Biomechanics

The biomechanics is the mechanical analysis of the organs and organisms and application of mechanics to biological systems. In biomechanics, cell mechanisms, movement and growth of organs, bone structure and the function of the arterial system are studied. Also issues such as visco-elasticity, rheology, mechanics of soft and hard tissue (creep, fatigue and failure), non-Newton fluid, repair, hemodynamic, ergonomics, bio robotics, robotics in surgery, an artificial sense of touch, artificial limbs and organs, mass transfer, the proper exercises , the gait analysis, biological fluid mechanics and etc. are discussed. Also the following areas are focused in biomechanics.

 

Study of human movement, is important in many aspects. Consequently, it is necessary to fully understand the limitations of the body organs and anatomy and motor control of the movement.

 

 

Human motion analysis

Sensors can give us information about the behavior of physical and chemical processes that usually we can not sense these signals directly. In other words, sensors are elements that are affected against the changes, and this effect appears in the form of a signal (usually electrical). 

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Sensors and transducers

The nano-biotechnology is the use of nano science in biological applications. This technology has many applications in different field of medical. 

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Nano-Biotechnology