First published in 1985, the revised edition of this book consists of seven chapters describing the muscle, its anatomy, its mechanics, and its chemical and neuro-control systems. It documents empirical, analytical, and experimental analyses and equations describing the fundamental principles related to the different aspects of the muscular contraction. Presenting the mechanics of muscular contraction from the bioengineering and biochemical point of view, the text discusses the anatomical, physiological and engineering aspects of various topics and provides numerical examples and homework problems.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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