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... perpendicular to this is the reference line for femoral component external rotation. This reference
line prioritizes aligning the femoral component for optimal patellar tracking25. The posterior
condylar axis uses a line between the posterior femoral condyles at 90º of flexion. External
rotation of ...
... 8. A plane takes off from a level runway with two gliders in tow, one behind the other. The first glider
has a mass of 1600 kg and the second a mass of 800 kg. The frictional drag may be assumed as
constant and equal to 2000 N on each glider. The towrope between the first glider and the plane can
... The problems in this review guide are provided as is without any guarantee
of being correct! That’s not to suggest that they are all broken – on the
contrary, most of them are well-tested and have been used as homework, quiz
and exam problems for decades if not centuries. It is to suggest that they ...
... Given multi-dimensional, time dependent vector functions for one of the kinematics
quantities students can determine all other kinematic quantities by the explicit use of
calculus techniques including chain rule, product rule, or various forms of integration of
polynomial and non-polynomial function ...
... Newton's second law as discussed in an earlier
unit. Newton's second law (Fnet=m*a) stated that
the acceleration of an object is directly
proportional to the net force acting upon the
object and inversely proportional to the mass of
the object. When combined with the definition of
acceleration (a=ch ...