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(hallux valgus)

(endochondral ossification)

email:mhyanglau@gmail.com

Onthe Causality of Hallux Valgus Ming-Huang Yang

ABSTRACT

Background: The pathologies of hallux valgus(HV) in the literaturearedivergent and its true cause is blurred, thus making the disease difficult to treat and avoid.

Purposes: To enable the understanding that HV is very likely caused by undersized footwear, as well as to urge footwear makers to redesign their products. Methods: Biomechanics was applied to reveal the causality of the interactions of external and internal forces with the big toe; a limited field study assisted in revealing the truth.

Results: Wearing socks containing elastic fibers and pointy shoes appear to be the true causes of HV and its spread. This study showed that the binding force of pointy footwear may result in the development of HV deformity; the results deduced are similar to the actual disease progression. For children, the binding force acting on the forefoot causes the bones to deviate and deforms the joints; thus, the medial aspect of the big toe and first metatarsal head is in tension, while the lateral aspect is in large compression, causing the faster growth of the medial aspect compared to the lateral

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aspect; that is, the endochondral ossification and joint development of the big toe and first metatarsal proceed unevenly. For adults, the recovery of the HV deformity cannot occur naturally, and wearing pointy footwear, especially when exercising, causes the disease to progress. There were no cases of HV in the ancient unshod populations in Taiwan, while a study of one unshod population showed that most of their shod offspring are experiencing the same deformity as the general shod populations. Conclusions: The compatibility of the musculoskeletal system of children is naturally excellent and the development of HV is a slow process far beyond people’s perception; they are apparently incapable of recognizing that common, popular footwear is the leading cause. The spread of the disease is very likely a result of lacking believable, effective countermeasures because of insufficient knowledge of the disease in the early years.

Keywords: binding force; elastic fiber; endochondral ossification; epiphysis; growth plate Shei-Pa National Park. Email:mhyanglau@gmail.com

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The past and present of the Shanyue Suspension Bridge

Summary

In 1914, Truku War begins. The japanese military erected the 1 st generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge with a length of 154m for cross LiWu river by used explosives to dig cliffs to build marching route. And the 2nd generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge was built in 1930 with 190m length and 75m height. And the 3rd generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge were rebuilt on the upstream but the location and bridge information were unknow due to the Pacific War in Second World War. The ancient trails and suspension bridges along the Dgiyaq Truku guard trail were missing in the torrent of history and desolate grass.

Over the years, Taroko National Park Headquarters has appointed a number of experts and scholars to investigate and study the related settlement buildings and ancient trail along Zhuilu ancient trail and Hehuan National trail. In 2017, Shang-De Jin published "Twenty Miles of Mountain Trails in the Canyon: The Guard trail in the Dgiyaq Truku ", which combines historical documents, ancient trail survey materials, historical photos, ancient maps and survey photos. It presented the Dgiyaq Truku guard trail route, bridges, security organs and their changes in detail during the Japanese colonial period. Also the first time who can clearly investigate and sort out the complete cultural history of the Shanyue Suspension Bridge.

The author is principal of Yong Lin Engineering Consultant Co. and also the member of NCKU Mountaineering Association. He connected with the Shanyue Suspension Bridge when he has contract Zhuilu ancient trail renovation project and first entered the Taroko Gorge in 2004. With the assistance of several NCKU Mountaineering Association members, a total of seven exploration operations for the suspension bridges of the past, and the correct location have been founded and recorded in detail since 2018 to 2022. The following ruins have been found, the “dian-guang” trail on the north of Liwu River, the north bank and the south bank abutment of the 2nd generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge and 3rd generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge…etc.

In 2016, Yong Lin Engineering Consultant Co. undertook the design and supervision of the Shanyue Suspension Bridge by the Taroko National Park Headquarters and was completed in 2019. According to historical positioning, it should be the 4th generation Shanyue Suspension Bridge, taking the mountain as the scenery and the moon as the shape echoes the ancient name, which is the suspension bridge with the largest deep-span ratio and the most difficult construction challenge in Taiwan. The design adopts a single tower asymmetric bridge type, and through wind numerical simulation, wind tunnel test, structural dynamic analysis and special structural design. The torsional rigidity of the truss is used to prevent flutter and vortex-induced vibration, and the hollow bridge deck reduces wind load. With complete and meticulous investigation, planning, design and construction, it has won the honor of the Ministry of Labor's public construction golden quality award and occupational safety and health excellence award.

Key word : Taroko Gorge, Dgiyaq Truku guard trail, Shanyue Suspension Bridge, ruins prospecting, suspension bridge design and construction

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Some opinions on difficulty grading of suburban mountains in Taiwan

Difficulty gradingofMountainsis the beginningofmountaineering safety.It always has been the judgementcriteria for traditional mountaineering societies to evaluate whether their activities and members can complete successfully. However, the current grading system is mainly based on the lasting days.Only itissuitable for high mountains,butit’s not for the suburban mountains that go back and forth ononeday. This article attempts to use the relevant information ofthe field track records or route data on the map to formulate various items and grading standards.Then I wishto establish an objective and easy-to-operate grading method to shareto the publicfor reference.

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[17] [1] 1988 44 P9 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-C9kNVKo-7BOTM1ZWZkOWItNzNkOS00YzY5LWJlYjktZjEyZDFlM jJkMmJi/view?resourcekey=0-ybLTP3TcCW3QsqswXzA1HQ [2] 2008 P384~P385 2008 [3] 2014 2014 [4] 2021 2021 P159 P160 P162 [5] 2004 2004 [6] 2010 2010 49 2022年 第二十三屆全國大專校院登山運動研討會

[7] 2014 P32 P37 P38 2014

[8] 2015 P122~P125 2015

[9] 1993 P310

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Abstract

The blooming growth of mountaineering activities and the trend of university mountaineering clubs making their bylaws both took place in the 1970s in Taiwan. Under these bylaws, multiple detail regulations were also formulated, the cadres and members of the clubs could therefore follow a set of clear rules. Efficiency of club administration was raised, and disputes reduced. As time goes by, these bylaws have been revised many times, and have become the fundamental laws of mountaineering clubs. Most university mountaineering clubs are well organized and have clear division of work. Their members study hard on materials, respect inheritance, learn from each other, and are diligent in recording and publishing. Their overall performance is brilliant. Many members continue devoting themselves in mountaineering or other outdoor activities, even after graduation. They make many great achievements by exploring the Nature, giving full play to their expertises, extending their tentacles and refining relative theories. All these contributions lead to the constant progress of the mountaineering community.

For about half century long, the connection between graduated members (often called “OB” which stands for “old bones”) has been strong. The OBs carry on participating mountaineering activities together, enthusiastically supporting enrolled student members form their alma mater clubs, and they even organize national associations. Such phenomena is rare even among all various clubs in universities. The university mountaineering clubs develops carefully and steadily, and kept pace with the times. They were the first of all university clubs to formulate bylaws spontaneously.

The origin and influence of the spontaneously formulate bylaws of the university mountaineering club
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In this article, versions of university mountaineering clubs bylaws are collected, including clubs from National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), National Taiwan University (NTU), National Taipei University (NTPU), National Chengchi University (NCCU), National Central University (NCU), and Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU). We compare these bylaws and discuss the outstanding opinions of young people from generations. It was their attitude of rigorousness, self-discipline and respect to the Nature that drove them to formulate and inherit the bylaws, which had long and positive influences on mountaineering clubs.

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7529 54.09.28

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3,440 54.09.28

3,494 54.09.29

3,400

3286 54.09.30

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1679 54.10.02

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3,222 54.10.28

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3,036 54.10.29

3,138 54.10.31

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3,335 54.11.14

3,997 54.11.14

3,940 54.11.15

3,869 54.11.15

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3,615 54.11.16

3,381

6638 3,132

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3,416

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55.02.04

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6317 3,529 3,505

1540 3,420 3,460 3,512 3,620 3,702

6305 3,758 3,880 3,884 55.04.25

3,320 55.04.25

3,402 55.04.26

1691 55.04.26

3,833

3,805 55.04.27

3,577 55.05.02

3,240 55.05.03

2,880 55.05.06

2,947 55.05.06

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組織章程列表 國立中央大學登山社組織章程 2 國立中央大學登山社山防組施行細則 7 國立中央大學登山社嚮導組施行細則 12 國立中央大學登山社經費管理辦法 18 國立中央大學登山社器材租借辦法 20

識,進行有規劃、有組織的登山健行活動,以促進本校師生對山野活動的了解 與喜好。

第三條 本社社址位於桃園市中壢區五權里 2 鄰中大路 300 號

第二章 社員

第四條 凡本校愛好戶外活動、贊同本社宗旨者,皆可申請加入本社。

第五條 社員權利與義務:

一、社員之權利

(一)出席社員大會,並享有提案權、發言權及表決權。

(二)本社各項活動優先錄取及享受優待。

(三)本社各項器材優先租借。

(四)本社圖書、資料借閱權。

二、社員之義務

(一)填妥社員資料卡、繳交入社費後,即為永久社員。

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國立中央大學登山社組織章程 64 年 5 月 20 日國立中央大學登山社成立大會制訂 87 年 2 月 22 日社員大會修正通過 97 年 5 月 30 日社員大會修正通過 108 年 2 月 24 日社員大會修正通過 第一章 總則 第一條 本社定名「國立中央大學登山社」,簡稱「中大登山社」,以下簡稱「本社」 第二條 本社宗旨:結合本校愛好大自然的師生,共同研習各種山野、自然、人文知
(二)宣揚本社宗旨,維護社譽。 (三)遵守本社章程及各項法規。 (四)支持本社決策。 (五)協助社務之推行。 第六條 退社規章 一、自行退社: 社員可於初繳入社費之第一學期內申請退社並向社團領回所繳入社費之五 分之二。 二、符合以下任一種不當行為者,社團可給予退社處份並不得要求退還社費: (一)對本社社員施加不正當攻擊行為。 (二)言語或行為騷擾社員且屢勸不聽。 (三)竊取或破換社團財產。 (四)盜用幹部職權。 三、因不當行為退社之社員,於退社兩年後方可再申請入社。
4 中原大學登山社組織章程
第 一 章 總 章 第 一 條:本社定名為「中原大學登山社」,簡稱「中原登山社」。 (以下簡稱本社) 第 二 條:本社以提倡山野活動為目標,推行各項山野知識技術研習活動,培 養 青年冒險犯難,互相友愛之精神,發揮人類刻苦耐勞,堅毅不拔 之潛能,開擴胸 襟,以陶冶氣質,激勵友愛自然為宗旨。 第 三 條:本社社址設於中原大學所在地。 第 二 章 任 務 第 四 條:本社之任務如下: 1.關於山岳知識研究事項。 2.關於推行山野活動事項。 3.關於領隊、嚮導人員訓練事項。 4.關於出版「中原登山」事項。
此章程於民國六十四年七月二十九日制定,同年九月二十日公佈實施。 民國七十二年九月二十三日修訂。 民國七十六年四月二十六日再修訂。 民國八十六年二月二十日第三 次修訂。 民國八十七年十二月九日第四次修訂。 民國一百零五年五月十日第五次修訂。 民國一百零七年三月十二日第六次修訂。 民國一百零八年四月二日開會討論無修改。

目錄

中原大學登山社組織章程 3

中原大學登山社嚮導群組織章程 13

中原大學登山社安全中心組織章程 18

中原大學登山社登山活動規則及山難防治辦法 21

中原大學登山社救難系統 27

中原大學登山社退費機制 31

中原大學登山社社團幹部罷免機制 33

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