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Mass transfer Hemo - 1 Mass Transfer&amp Dialysis Allison Hoch 27 February 2012 Fluid Dynamics vs Electrical Engineering 2 Electrical V=IR

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Unformatted text preview: 2/24/2012 1 Mass Transfer & Dialysis Allison Hoch 27 February 2012 Fluid Dynamics vs. Electrical Engineering 2 Electrical : V=IR Fluids : P=QR ??? = 1 + 2 + ? ?? = 1 + 2 + ? Series P=QR Parallel http://physics.bu.edu/py106/notes/Circuits.html 2/24/2012 2 Fluid Dynamics vs. Electrical Engineering 3 For a flat-plate dialyzer, the mass transfer coefficient (k o ) is derived from: dialysate conductivity, blood conductivity, and membrane permeability in SERIES . Why then, does the equation look like: ??? = 1 + 2 + ? ?? = 1 + 2 + ? ? = + + Fluid Dynamics vs. Electrical Engineering 4 ??? = 1 + 2 + ? ?? = 1 + 2 + ?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course BIM 106 taught by Professor Leach during the Winter '12 term at UC Davis.

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Mass transfer Hemo - 1 Mass Transfer&amp Dialysis Allison Hoch 27 February 2012 Fluid Dynamics vs Electrical Engineering 2 Electrical V=IR

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