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by C. Ross Ethier,Craig A. Simmons

eBook Introductory Biomechanics: From Cells to Organisms (Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering) epub
  • ISBN: 0521841127
  • Author: C. Ross Ethier,Craig A. Simmons
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (March 12, 2007)
  • Pages: 524 pages
  • ePUB size: 1953 kb
  • FB2 size 1213 kb
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Introductory Biomechanics is a new, integrated text written specifically for engineering students. A wide selection of topics is presented, ranging from the mechanics of single cells to the dynamics of human movement.

Introductory Biomechanics is a new, integrated text written specifically for engineering students. No prior biological knowledge is assumed and in each chapter, the relevant anatomy and physiology are first described.

Ethier and Simmons have crafted a masterful book clearly capable of introducing engineering students of multiple disciplines to. .Series: Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering. Hardcover: 524 pages.

Ethier and Simmons have crafted a masterful book clearly capable of introducing engineering students of multiple disciplines to the fascinating field of biomechanics. This text should find wide application in providing sufficient background for a fundamental understanding of this important, emerging area. The depth of coverage will serve well as a foundation for further investigation at the upper undergraduate or graduate level. Yet, little prior knowledge of biology is assumed.

From Cells to Organisms. C. Ross Ethier, Craig A. Simmons. Published online: 05 June 2012. Introductory Biomechanics is a new, integrated text written specifically for engineering students. Print publication: 12 March 2007.

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Introductory Biomechanics is a new, integrated text written specifically for engineering students. It provides a broad overview of this important branch of the rapidly growing field of bioengineering. A wide selection of topics is presented, ranging from the mechanics of single cells to the dynamics of human movement. No prior biological knowledge is assumed and in each chapter, the relevant anatomy and physiology are first described. The biological system is then analyzed from a mechanical viewpoint by reducing it to its essential elements, using the laws of mechanics and then tying mechanical insights back to biological function. This integrated approach provides students with a deeper understanding of both the mechanics and the biology than from qualitative study alone. The text is supported by a wealth of illustrations, tables and examples, a large selection of suitable problems and hundreds of current references, making it an essential textbook for any biomechanics course. C. Ross Ethier is a professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, the Canada Research Chair in Computational Mechanics, and the Director of the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, with cross-appointment to the Department of Ophthalmology & Vision Sciences. His research focuses on biomechanical factors in glaucoma and blood flow and mass transfer in the large arteries. He has taught biomechanics for over ten years. Craig A. Simmons is the Canada Research Chair in Mechanobiology and an assistant professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto, with cross-appointments to the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering and the Faculty of Dentistry. His research interests include cell and tissue biomechanics and cell mechanobiology, particularly as it relates to tissue engineering and heart valve disease.
Comments: (7)
Abywis
As a neophyte to the field, this book is proving incredibly interesting. The writing is not too technical as to slog down reading progress. Instead, difficult concepts are explained in a way that reveals a talent to teach, explain, and inform.
Hadadel
Book gives bare minimum examples and expects students to be able to solve much more difficult end of chapter problems with little background knowledge.
Vital Beast
Very nice book, in decent shape.
Connorise
I was required to get this book for school!
Мох
I needed a very basic introduction to biomechanics that covers not only topics on the macroscopic behavior of biological tissues but also the microstructure of tissues. This book does a very good job in building the multi-scaling structure of tissues. Very pleased!
Ferne
Interesting book, for my dog and me. Unfortunately, for me it was the subject matter, my dog for some reason had an obsession with this book. I dont know if it is the smell or what, but he loved attacking it (not a problem with any other book).

The material itself is neat, sometimes a little hard to understand with how they phrase it, but worth a read if you like mechanics and want to see how the body works in a mechanical sense. My personal favorite was the blood flow.
Stoneshaper
This book is okay. All pictures are greyscale. Most equations are not derived, instead other books are referenced instead.
The book was supposed to be new. Instead, it looks like an ironed out version of an old book with browned pages.
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