## Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

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### Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

“The chin [intrinsic strength] should be
rooted in the feet,
generated from the legs,
controlled by the waist, and
manifested through the fingers.” --Attributed to Chang San-feng (est. 1279 -1386

Note: Due to the nature of the material--diagrams and math equations, my post will not paste directly- So click below to access (thanks to XinKuzi for hosting)

-- http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.pdf
-- http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.doc

I have included a PDF- which preserved all of the pictures, and a word document so people can cut/past if they like for discussion.

1) In reference to the material posted (from a mix of sources)---What role does centrifugal/centripetal force play in your practice? Describe as specifically you can, explain, or demonstrate please
2) Same Q as above for---Nonuniform circular motion
3) Same Q as above for--BASICS OF BIO-MECHANICS
4) Same Q for Energy & momentum.
5) Can you identify/understand the Nexus between bio-mechanics, energy, momentum, against the Centrifugal and centripetal force?

Note; this post / info for discussion can and should range from highly technical--calculus for ex, (everything boils down to math anyhow), to practical implications and springboards for many models and ideas.

I also barely touched on the topic of Centrifugal force, but I ran out of time. More on this from me later, when I get time, and video as well.

Please take the time to click the link, read, and contribute! TONS of material to discuss, and TONS of practical things can come out of it.

Best,

Gary
Last edited by GaryR on Tue May 01, 2012 11:29 am, edited 9 times in total.
GaryR

### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

Gary,

I'd like to take some time today to read your material, but I'm having trouble getting them to download. Seems to be an issue with the torrent file generated by filefactory. Any ideas why this might be? Alternately, do you have any other location you could upload your files? If not, I'd be happy to throw them on some of my web space for direct download if you'd care to email them to me: xinkuzi@gmail.com.

Thanks
Xin Kuzi

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### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

XinKuzi wrote:Gary,

I'd like to take some time today to read your material, but I'm having trouble getting them to download. Seems to be an issue with the torrent file generated by filefactory. Any ideas why this might be? Alternately, do you have any other location you could upload your files? If not, I'd be happy to throw them on some of my web space for direct download if you'd care to email them to me: xinkuzi@gmail.com.

Thanks
Xin Kuzi

Thank you very much! I just send you an email with the files. Look forward to your input.

Best,

Gary
GaryR

### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.pdf
http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.doc

I hope this thread picks up now that the download is simplified. At first glance, this looks very interesting! I'm not sure how much I can contribute beyond re-hosting, but give me a day to read and digest

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### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

Please refer to my FAQ for the difference between centrifugal and centripetal force/acceleration:
viewtopic.php?f=18&t=15028#p256579

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### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.pdf
http://yinqianhe.com/rsf/postcentrip.doc

I hope this thread picks up now that the download is simplified. At first glance, this looks very interesting! I'm not sure how much I can contribute beyond re-hosting, but give me a day to read and digest

THANKS, anything you could contribute would be great! Practical applications of the principles would be preferable if possible. I just edited first post so nobody is lost. I just remembered I had a site I could hosted with (haven't used it in ages, oh well.

Thanks for link Fong, good stuff.

G
GaryR

### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

*bump*

also: I'm sorry, I've just started reading your document today.... been busy with finals. Will try to post something soonish

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### Re: Bio-mechanics & Centrifugal and centripetal Force

XinKuzi wrote:*bump*

also: I'm sorry, I've just started reading your document today.... been busy with finals. Will try to post something soonish

Thanks brother, whenever you can get too it is great! Look forward to your input. I just finished law school this week so I know what you mean by finals.....yikes.

Also, I put up a vid thread to perhaps narrow down the disscusion to something people can see / discuss along with the math and physics.

Best,

G
GaryR