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  • Bernoulli-Euler Beam Theory

    the Poisson ratio for the material in this case 6061-T6 aluminum. This was done by having to different objectives for each part of the Lab. Part one was use electrical resistance strain gage, this was to measure the strain a cantilever beam as it undergoes a known deflection. We would then compare the measurements with that of the strains predicted by simple beam theory [1]. The objective for part two was to use two electrical resistance strain gages on the cantilevered beam to measure and calculate the Poisson ratio of the beam. There were several tools need to complete this experiment [1]. First being a strain…

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  • Case Summary: Hamstring Injuries In Football

    for promotion) Training History 3 times per week. 2 training sessions plus a game. Relevant previous injuries Medical history Left ankle sprain grade II (NHS rehab) Relevant SFH Living at home, Works at factory (8-4 shift), Average 22 year old, Socialising, TV and X box. Diet/nutrition Home cooked food, except when working where he eats fatty foods. Injury Hamstring, Bicep femoris grade II belly tear on right foot. Happened during a game. Conservative vs non conservative treatment Non…

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  • Sports Related Volleyball Injuries Essay

    ligaments and fractures included. ACL injury – most ACL injuries in volleyball players occur when a player lands awkwardly Low back pain – common source of chronic pain, mostly this pain is caused by muscle or ligament strain. Safety and preventative strategies Many volleyball injuries can be prevented by following proper training guidelines, by using strength training techniques for the lower back, shoulders, and legs. There is also use an external ankle support for running and jumping or when…

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  • Essay On Ankle Sprains

    Essonia Bolden Mrs. Berch Health Science IV Decemeber 8, 2014 Ankle Sprains Ankle sprains are the most common injuries in the United States. Approximately 1 million ankle injuries occur each year, 85 percent of those injuries are ankle sprains. Ankle sprains occur when the foot twist in a way that causes the body weight to pressured down onto the ankle ligaments. Most victims have reported that they heard a pop or snap at the time of the incident and thought the ankle had broken.…

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  • Essay On Teen Activist

    won. Alex said, “it just took a lot of hard work to pay it off.”. Iqbal Masih is a teen activist because he was a global impact on kid slavery. He was a slave because his father abandoned him. However, his Mother owed a debt to the carpet factory mafia however to pay off the debt, Iqbal had to work in 1983. When Iqbal tried to escape, he told a police officer what's happening and how they're being beaten. The officer got bribed by the factory then and the officer returned him to the factory.…

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  • Railroad Industry Research Paper

    different railroads that merged or were acquired over the last 160 years (, n.d.). Browne explains that the railroad is graded by the weight of a three foot section of rail. For example, one might hear a maintenance crew talk about laying 146 pound rail, which means the three foot section weighs 146 pounds. The higher weight of the rail depicts the amount of gross mega tons that are able to be transported across the tracks. This higher weight of the rail also allows the train to move at…

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  • Ergonomic Office Equipment Can Cause Stress All Over The Human Body

    productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort. Chairs that can adjust to specific heights, to allow for proper alignment while viewing a monitor. Laptop docking stations that allow the user to raise the screen to eye level to alleviate neck strain. A computer mouse that fits naturally in the hand to help prevent hand and wrist problems. In the short run, Ergonomic equipment in the workplace will create healthier employees, and in turn increase productivity. Employees will notice…

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  • Blackstone River Case Study

    its length. The Conger Lumber Co. operates throughout the area as the century headed towards its end. Other private interest companies such as Rankin Bros. subcontracting with Conger Lumber and later the Mitchell-MacDonald Company that started in 1898. Through to the 1920s, Mitchell-MacDonald Co. have a wood mill strategically placed about 1.5 km west of train tracks on the north side. They brought the logs from Crane into Blackstone by a small steamboat through the Blackstone River. From there…

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  • Tablets Vs Tablets Essay

    According to The Washington Post article written by Jill Adams, “People who spend two or more hours on a computer everyday are at risk for developing screen-induced eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome.” Some symptoms associated with computer vision syndrome are eye fatigue, burning and itchy eyes, blurred vision, and sensitivity to bright light. A study conducted by the University of New York College of Optometry found that when people read on screens, they tend to stare more…

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  • Wheatstone Bridge Analysis

    such as strain gages. The following figure shows the arrangement of a Wheatstone bridge. Figure 1: Arrangement of a Wheatstone Bridge [1] Importance of Wheatstone bridge when measuring strain: Wheatstone bridge is useful in measuring strain because it is useful in finding small resistances or small variations in resistance [2]. Whenever, a strain is applied to a particular material it changes the resistance of elements…

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