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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/5/09 Mass Balances (and some anatomy) Monday September 29, 2008
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10/5/09 Reminders HW 2 Due this week Reduced TAs at Wednesday evening office hours (plan ahead) Submit your course journal entry for HW1 this week as well!
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10/5/09 Topics General overview of the human heart The mass balance and its application to engineering problems Brief discussion of Homework Assignment 3
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10/5/09 The Human Heart Figure 1 - ref. https://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/UVAHealth/adult_cardiac/valves.cfm
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10/5/09 Chambers of the Heart FOUR chambers in the heart: 1. right atrium 2. right ventricle 3. left atrium 4. left ventricle The upper chambers are the atria The lower chambers are the ventricles
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10/5/09 Heart Function The heart acts as two separate pumps necessary to achieve the required amount of pumping force Blood vessels are very small and provide HGE resistance (needing HUGE force to overcome and force blood through)
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