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Title: Study of Vibrational Waves of Various Tennis Racquet Materials and Their Relation to Performance Control
Authors: Chen, T. Y.;Lin, D. C.;Huang, C. F.;Chiang, J. Y.
Contributors: 體育學系
Keywords: acket;vibration;settling time;composite material
Date: 2001-06
Issue Date: 2012-05-10T04:13:30Z
Publisher: Exercise & Sport Science Department, TheUniversity of San Francisco
Abstract: This study investigated vibrational waves of various tennis racket grip materials by studying
maximum amplitude and settling times. Five different kinds of tennis racket grips were used,
and the materials were composed by mixing carbon and glass fiber. A second purpose was
to distinguish performance control by the five kinds of tennis racket. The results of this study
indicated that the pure carbon fiber racket had a shorter settling time (p<.05). However, the
maximum amplitude was not significantly different. This study significantly confirmed that this
phenomenon would indirectly affect an athlete’s ability in performance control.
Relation: XIX International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, San Francisco, June 20-26, 2001: 25-28
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