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Topic: sports injuries
Posted By: Ask a PT
Subject: sports injuries
Date Posted: Jun 09 2010 at 2:35pm
Our user asked: "Hello, I was wondering how does sports injuries relate to physics? I am looking for an answer in terms of general topics on physics like force on a bone, acceleration/deceleration, kinetic/potential energy, etc. Any information will be useful. Thank you so much for your time!"
Ask a PT Response: "This is a pretty general question. Here is some information which should help.
Forces on a bone: -
Deceleration: -
Kinetic Energy: -
Kinetic Energy: Energy in Motion
Double Weight = Double Energy
Double Speed = Quadruple Energy
"A body in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by an outside force."
"A body at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an outside force."
Conservation of Energy
"Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. It is only changed from one form to another."
Kinetic versus Potential Energy
Force= mass x acceleration
Emphasizes the importance of rate at which an object changes speed (acceleration or deceleration)"

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Date Posted: Sep 29 2017 at 7:46am
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Date Posted: Jun 09 2019 at 11:13pm
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