biomechanical simulation model for airborne twist in backward somersaults. by B. van Gheluwe

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Taken from Journal of human movement, vol.7, 1981, pp.1-22.

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Mechanics of selected forward and backward twisting somersaults in competitive and rebound tumbling." Paper to AAHPER Ma Liu, Z. and Nelson, R. () "Analysis of twisting somersault dives using computer diagnostics." Biomechanics IX-B. Van Gheluwe, B. () "A biomechanical simulation model for airborne twist in backward File Size: 46KB.

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Bra is regarded as material linearity and geometric non-linearity. can i use kinematic laws in this question, or does the diver's somersaults complicate the question? i then used rad/s x s = rad rad x 1somersault/2pie radians = somersaults (12 complete somersaults) *EDIT* rad x1somersault/2pie rad = somersaults (1 complete somersualt) is it correct to do this?

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