Lab description: The lab consists of three parts; the first part focuses on the mechanical testing of materials and the application of engineering mechanics principles on biomaterials. The second part focuses on human performance analysis via the study and analysis of human motion, and the third part focuses in basic fluid mechanics fundamentals
Section 1: Exp.1 : Tensile Test (Stress Strain Analysis)
Section 1: Exp.2 : Creep Test
Section 1: Exp.3 :Fatigue Test
Section 2: Exp.4 :Measurement of Joint’s ROM using Goniometer
Compact – bench mounting unit demonstrates the failure of materials when subjected to an alternating stress.
A force platform is designed to measure the forces and moments applied to its top surface as a subject stands, steps, or jumps on it. Force plates are regularly used in research and clinical studies looking at balance, gait, and sports performance.
Optitrack Motion Capture System
High Speed Cameras used for recording the human motion for biomechanics, researchers and clinicians. By understanding human motion, researchers, doctors and physiotherapists can improve treatment duringa rehabilitation process and obtain guidance in selecting suitable training equipment.
A device used to measuring the viscosity of fluid at different temperatures.