6 edition of Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling found in the catalog.
September 6, 2006
by Nova Science Publishers Inc
Written in English
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Scaling laws are an important aspect of biology. When you take a particular object (such as a human being), and make it twice as tall (while keeping the proportions the same) its weight will not increase 2-fold. It will actually increase 2 3-fold (8-fold)! A 6-foot person weighting pounds, if doubled in height, will therefore be 12 feet. Etekcity Digital Body Weight Scale, Smart Bluetooth Body Fat BMI Scale, Bathroom Weighing Scale Tracks 13 Key Fitness Compositions, lbs, × Inches out of 5 stars 7, $ $ .
Body size scaling relationships are relationships between a physiological quantity (such as the respiration rate, or the maximum reproduction rate) of organisms and their body size (frequently taken to be body weight).. Empirical descriptions of such relationships frequently use allometric functions (such as power laws), but all of the reasons why these fit the data are not understood. A house should be human scale, or perhaps intimate scale. The exception would be palaces, where homes also represent the power and wealth of the state. However, even in palaces it is often the case where the actual living quarters are scaled down to human size. Kings and princes are human, and have the same basic needs as the rest of us.
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This book provides a unique purview of the laws of scaling on human performance, health, longevity and the environment. Numerous examples from various research disciplines are used to illustrate the impact of increasing body size on many aspects of human enterprises, including work output, athletics and intellectual performance.1/5(1).
This book provides a unique purview of the laws of scaling on human performance, health, longevity and the environment. Numerous examples from various research disciplines are used to illustrate the impact of increasing body size on many aspects of human enterprises, including work output, athletics and intellectual performance.
Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling is an outstanding and revelatory book. Economics and Human Biology 6() Several books have been published on scaling in. Buy Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling: Physiological, Performance, Growth, Longevity and Ecological Ramifications UK ed.
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Several books have been published on scaling in biology and its ramifications in the animal kingdom. However, none has specifically examined the multifaceted effects of how changes in human height create disproportionately larger changes in weight, surface area, strength and other.
Dimensional analysis and scaling laws 1. Dimensional analysis One of the simplest, yet most powerful, tools in the material does not change with size or shape, the object that is twice as tall will have eight times the Physics of the Human Body 15 Chapter 2 Dimensional analysis and scaling laws Size: KB.
Scaling: why is animal size so important?. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Samaras, Thomas T. Human body size and the laws of scaling: physiological, performance, growth, longevity and ecological ramifications. Nova Publishers. ISBN. On scaling of human body models Body Size.
The height of normal adults in our species ranges around m well over 2 m. These limits are exceeded occasionally but seem to represent a norm for modern stature. The variation in human stature is distributed among the.
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Get this from a library. Human body size and the laws of scaling: physiological, performance, growth, longevity and ecological ramifications. [Thomas T Samaras; Andrzej Bartke; Christopher David Rollo;]. Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling by Thomas Samaras, September 6,Nova Science Publishers Inc edition, Hardcover in English - 1 edition.
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2 (June ): Polykleitos uses the distal phalanx of the little finger as the basic module for determining the proportions of the human body, scaling this length up repeatedly by √ 2 to obtain the ideal size of the other phalanges, the hand, forearm, and upper arm in turn.
Brain size variation. Maps of areal scaling relative to total brain size for the PNC, NIH, and HCP cohorts. The supramarginal gyrus is positively scaled and the temporal pole is negatively scaled in all three cohorts, but differences in scaling between the cohorts also exist.
IQ correlates with overall cortical surface area. Physics of the Human Body comprehensively addresses the physical and engineering aspects of human physiology by using and building on first-year college physics and mathematics. Topics include the mechanics of the static body and the body in motion, the materials properties of the body, muscles in the body, the energetics of body metabolism, fluid flow in the cardiovascular and respiratory.
Samaras, T. Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Schmidt-Nielsen, K. Scaling: Why is Animal Size so Important?. (Power Laws) y bxa • simply compare the relation of two measurements, ignoring all the complexities and subtleties of detailed changes in form.
• x and y are relative sizes of two parts in an organism (power-law formulas) • a and b are constants • What is the scaling law for the leg size (d) relative to the body.For FMR, Nagy (p. ) reports scaling exponents ranging from in species of mammals, birds and reptiles.
For mammals weighing 7 g to kg, the scaling exponent for MMR is found to bewhich is identical to the scaling of mitochondrial volume in the musculature of these animals (Weibel and Hoppeler, p. ).Both databases included subjects with a minimum BMI (in kg/m 2) of and a maximum BMI of 35; the latter cutoff was due to MRI and DXA size limitations.
Subjects in all databases were aged > 18 y with no imposed maximum age. Body weight and height in all subjects were measured with a calibrated digital scale and stadiometer, respectively.