Torque and Equilibrium

Equilibrium Equilibrium Occurs when tumor cells survive the initial elimination attempt These cells are not able to progress, being maintained in a state of dormancy by the adaptive immune system. In this phase, tumor immunogenicity is edited, where T cells keep selectively attacking highly immunogenic tumor cells.This attack leaves other cells with less immunogenicity to potentially develop resistance to the immune response. Cancer Immunotherapy refers to equal forces, implying a state of balance. If an object has forces acting on it, the object may move. However, if the object is in equilibrium Equilibrium Occurs when tumor cells survive the initial elimination attempt These cells are not able to progress, being maintained in a state of dormancy by the adaptive immune system. In this phase, tumor immunogenicity is edited, where T cells keep selectively attacking highly immunogenic tumor cells.This attack leaves other cells with less immunogenicity to potentially develop resistance to the immune response. Cancer Immunotherapy, then the object will not move since all the forces balance each other. Torque causes an object to rotate about an axis Axis The second cervical vertebra. Vertebral Column: Anatomy. It depends on the distance between the axis Axis The second cervical vertebra. Vertebral Column: Anatomy and the point where the force acts.

Last updated: 8 Mar, 2022

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Definition of Torque and Equilibrium

Equilibrium Equilibrium Occurs when tumor cells survive the initial elimination attempt These cells are not able to progress, being maintained in a state of dormancy by the adaptive immune system. In this phase, tumor immunogenicity is edited, where T cells keep selectively attacking highly immunogenic tumor cells.This attack leaves other cells with less immunogenicity to potentially develop resistance to the immune response. Cancer Immunotherapy refers to equal forces, implying a state of balance. If an object has forces acting on it, the object may move. However, if the object is in equilibrium Equilibrium Occurs when tumor cells survive the initial elimination attempt These cells are not able to progress, being maintained in a state of dormancy by the adaptive immune system. In this phase, tumor immunogenicity is edited, where T cells keep selectively attacking highly immunogenic tumor cells.This attack leaves other cells with less immunogenicity to potentially develop resistance to the immune response. Cancer Immunotherapy, then the object will not move since all the forces balance each other.

One way to look at the motion of an object is to separate the forces acting on the object into horizontal and vertical forces. In equilibrium Equilibrium Occurs when tumor cells survive the initial elimination attempt These cells are not able to progress, being maintained in a state of dormancy by the adaptive immune system. In this phase, tumor immunogenicity is edited, where T cells keep selectively attacking highly immunogenic tumor cells.This attack leaves other cells with less immunogenicity to potentially develop resistance to the immune response. Cancer Immunotherapy, the horizontal forces will balance themselves, and the vertical forces will balance themselves. Thus, the object will not move in either the horizontal or vertical axes.

Torque causes an object to rotate about an axis Axis The second cervical vertebra. Vertebral Column: Anatomy. It depends on the distance between the axis Axis The second cervical vertebra. Vertebral Column: Anatomy and the point where the force acts. Force multiplied by force arm Arm The arm, or “upper arm” in common usage, is the region of the upper limb that extends from the shoulder to the elbow joint and connects inferiorly to the forearm through the cubital fossa. It is divided into 2 fascial compartments (anterior and posterior). Arm: Anatomy equals load multiplied by load arm Arm The arm, or “upper arm” in common usage, is the region of the upper limb that extends from the shoulder to the elbow joint and connects inferiorly to the forearm through the cubital fossa. It is divided into 2 fascial compartments (anterior and posterior). Arm: Anatomy. Torque can be described by the following equation:

 M = r F

M ⇒ Torque (N m)

Example: Muscles work on joints, which from a physical pivot point with their axes. When force is exerted upon them, they create a torque.

τ = r F sinΘ

  • τ = N m
  • Parallel: τ = 0
    Since sin 0 = 0
    and sin 180 = 0
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τ = r F sinΘ

  • τ = N m
  • Parallel: τ = 0
  • Perpendicular: τ = r F
Torque5

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τ = r F sinΘ

  • τ = N m
  • Parallel: τ = 0
  • Perpendicular: τ = r F
Torque6

Image by Lecturio.
  • τ = F (r sinΘ)
  • τ = F I

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