Course Unit Code | Course Unit Title | Type of Course | Year | Semester | ECTS |

AED607 | Sports Biomechanics | 927001 | 1 | 1 | 6 |

Level of Course Unit

Second Cycle

Objectives of the Course

The objectives of this course are: 1-To have the students understand the internal and external forces affecting human body parts and movement of these parts under the effects of these forces. 2-To master the ways of increasing efficiency in terms of linear and curvilinear motion principles. 3-To teach the students the calculation of friction force, linear and angular velocity in sport; the lever systems in joints; momentum; torque and the Newton’s Law of Motion

Name of Lecturer(s)

Learning Outcomes

- Spor biyomekaniğinin sportif verime katkısını açıklayabilme.
- Sporda kinetik ve kinematik hareketi karşılaştırabilme.
- Solving problems related to linear and curvilinear kinematics in sport and commenting on them.
- Sporda doğrusal kinetik ve açısal kinetik problemlerini çözebilme ve yorumlayabilme.
- Newton’un hareket kuramlarını sportif performansın artırılmasında kullanabilme.

Mode of Delivery

Formal Education

Prerequisites and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Recommended or Required Reading

Lecture notes are supplied by the lecturer

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Work Placement(s)

None

Course Contents

Linear and curvilinear motion, kinetic and kinematic, static, dynamic, inertia, weight, mass, momentum, forcr, friction, center of mass, force couple and external force, moment, levers, angular momentum, Newton’s Law of Motion

Weekly Detailed Course Contents

Week | Theoretical | Practice | Laboratory |

1. | Sport biomechanic, performance increament with biomachanics, human motion, sciences investigating human motion. | ||

2. | Kinetic and kinematic motion analysis. Difference between them. | ||

3. | Lineae displacement, velocity, speed, acceleration, angular velocity, angular acceleration. | ||

4. | Inertia, weight and mass, Vertically Launched Projectiles, Horizontally Launched Projectiles ,Projectiles Launched at an Angle vertical momentum, | ||

5. | Forve, gravitational force, frictional force, muscular force, motor units and contraction force, muscle strength and contraction velocity. | ||

6. | Motion axis, coordination system, center of mass. | ||

7. | Midterm Examination. | ||

8. | Relationship between center of mass and support area, motion and balancing. | ||

9. | Types of balancing, finding the place of center of mass. | ||

10. | External force,force couple, torque. | ||

11. | Levers, examples of levers in our body, mechanic advantages. | ||

12. | Pulling angle and joint motion, angular momentum. | ||

13. | Newton’s 1st Law of Motion, Law of gravity, centripedal force | ||

14. | Spin and frictional, transfer of momentum, force, Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion, preservation of momentum |

Assessment Methods and Criteria

Term (or Year) Learning Activities | Quantity | Weight (%) |

Midterm Examination | 1 | 100 |

SUM | 100 | |

End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities | Quantity | Weight (%) |

Final Examination | 1 | 100 |

SUM | 100 | |

Term (or Year) Learning Activities | 40 | |

End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities | 60 | |

SUM | 100 |

Workload Calculation

Activities | Quantity | Time(hours) | Total Workload(hours) |

Midterm Examination | 1 | 2 | 2 |

Final Examination | 1 | 2 | 2 |

Attending Lectures | 13 | 2 | 26 |

Field Work | 2 | 15 | 30 |

Self Study | 13 | 2 | 26 |

Individual Study for Mid term Examination | 7 | 2 | 14 |

Individual Study for Final Examination | 13 | 2 | 26 |

Homework | 3 | 8 | 24 |

SUM | 150 |