ME 482 - Musculoskel Tissue Mechanics

Fall 2021

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsBIOE482AB160168LAB01300 - 1350 F  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsBIOE482AB260169LAB01200 - 1250 F  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsBIOE482AB369037LAB01500 - 1550 R  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsBIOE482AE354424LCD31100 - 1150 M W F  3018 Campus Instructional Facility Amy Wagoner Johnson
Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsBIOE482AE460171LCD41100 - 1150 M W F  3018 Campus Instructional Facility Amy Wagoner Johnson
Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsME482AB160166LAB01300 - 1350 F  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsME482AB260167LAB01200 - 1250 F  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsME482AB369036LAB01500 - 1550 R  1227 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsME482AE354416LCD31100 - 1150 M W F  3018 Campus Instructional Facility Amy Wagoner Johnson
Michael Peter Rogalski
Musculoskel Tissue MechanicsME482AE460170LCD41100 - 1150 M W F  3018 Campus Instructional Facility Amy Wagoner Johnson
Michael Peter Rogalski

Official Description

Composition-structure-function relationships for musculoskeletal tissues, including bone, tendon, ligament, cartilage, and muscle; hierarchical structure of tissues from the macro- to nano-scales; relation of composition to mechanical properties of health and diseased tissue; experimental methods used to obtain mechanical properties. Course Information: Same as BIOE 482. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: TAM 251.

Detailed Course Description

Composition-structure-function relationships for musculoskeletal tissues, including bone, tendon, ligament, cartilage, and muscle; hierarchical structure of tissues from the macro-to nano-scales; relation of composition to mechanical properties of healthy and diseased tissue; experimental methods used to obtain mechanical properties.

Prerequisite - TAM 251 3 Undergraduate hours and 3 or 4 graduate hours

Cross listed with BIOE482

TOPICS:

1. Components, building blocks of tissues

2. Bone

3. Cartilage

4. Ligament and tendon

5. Skeletal muscle

6. Open lectures based on class interest

ME: MechSE or technical elective.

EM: Possible secondary field, with approval.

Last updated

9/25/2018