AHE2102 - Sports Biomechanics
OR AHE1202 Biomechanics (for ABHE students only)
|1.||Determine motions of the body during typical activities, and quantify the forces acting on the body during movement;|
|2.||Gauge the scope and limitations of different experimental and analytical techniques used to quantify human movement, interpret motion data accurately, and evaluate studies of human movement; and|
|3.||Utilise the analytical skills necessary to perform a biomechanical analysis of human movement.|
|Test||Class test (2 x 10%)||20%|
|Report||Laboratory report based on the experimental results and associated literature for kinematic and kinetic analysis.||25%|
|Project||Group research project - write a report and present to the class utilising own experiment to gather quantitative biomechanical data.||30%|
|Examination||End of semester - multiple choice||25%|
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