8.6 The Experimental Determination of the Partial Molar Volume and Enthalpy 377
except for components that associate to form dimers, for example, the largest differ
ences between the partial molar and pure component molar properties are
- a A he ~
152 Chapter 5: Liquefaction, Power Cycles, and Explosions
for the energy balance. Using the redrawn Fig. 3.3-2 here, we conclude that the tempera-
ture ofa stream entering the compressor is 233 K. To complete the solution to this problem.
we need to compu
Lecture 10:
Test 2 Review
Topics:
Topics/Format for Test 2
Discussion of paper on viscoelasticity
Group work on project
HW:
HW 2, Part 3 is posted on Blackboard
*Please staple Parts 1-3 together
Test 2:
TBD
Project Topics:By Test 2 email me a word documen
Lecture 4:
Linear Algebra II (continue from last time)
Root finding
HW:
HW 1, Part 3
Assignment posted on BB (HW1_PART3.doc)
*Remember: All parts of HW 1 are due as a single document
be turned in before Test 1
to
Review
100 N
45
Specify the magnitude
and
Lecture 6:
Data manipulation with EXCEL
Data description with EXCEL AND MATLAB
Topics:
Data entry, data sorting, data validation, removing duplicates,
standard deviation, standard error
Plotting data, interpolation, extrapolation, regression
In a recent b
Lecture 2:
Linear Algebra I
Topics:
Arrays
Homework:
HW 1, Part 1
What is the difference between a vector that is purely a mathematical construct and
a vector that is suppose to represent a physical quantity?
Describing a force or a velocity
3
4
8
Lecture 3:
Linear Algebra II
Topics:
Vector/Matrix operations
Homework:
HW 1, Part 2 (will be posted on BB)
*Remember: All parts of HW 1 are due in class the day of Test 1
Overview of 2D vectors
- Coplanar vectors are those which are fully contained withi
Lecture 13: Review of Luminal flow patterns dictate arterial drug deposition in stent
delivery
Topics:
What is this paper about? Why is modeling a good approach?
What aspects are important for modeling of the arterial flow environment?
Summary of Test 3 m
Lecture 9:
Topics:
Modeling of Viscoelastic (Bio)materials
Define/describe viscoelasticity
Solid models
HW:
Read posted paper on viscoelastic modeling (there will be a test question on
this paper your chance to ask questions about this paper will be on Fr
Lecture 8:
Modeling of Elastic (Bio)materials
Topics:
Elasticity versus Plasticity
Linear elastic properties used for modeling
COMSOL example
HW:
HW 2, Part 2
Assignment posted on BB (HW2_PART2.doc)
*All parts of HW 2 are due on March 2nd
Vector Video (re
Lecture 12:
Topics:
Nonlinear Equations in Biomedical Engineering
Exponential models Population growth example
Logarithmic models Enzyme reaction models
Homework: HW3, Part 1 (posted on blackboard)
*Read journal article before next lecture (posted on blac
Lecture 7:
Introduction to biomechanics
Topics:
Force balance (Setting up systems of simultaneous equations)
Fundamental concepts that are required for modeling and
simulation of the mechanics of biomaterials, tissues, or
organs.
i.e. Stress and strain
Bi
Lecture 12:
Topics:
Linear Biological Systems
Define linear systems
Set up matrix representation of linear systems
Solve simultaneous algebraic equations with forward elimination
*Solve simultaneous algebraic equations with MATLAB
What is a linear system
Lecture 5:
Numerical integration
Topics:
Techniques for numerical integration
Review of material for test 1
HW:
HW 1, Part 4
Assignment posted on BB (HW1_PART4.doc)
In general, nonlinear equations can have more than 1 root the iterative Newtons
method all
Lecture 1:
Course Introduction
Course
Modeling and Simulation of Biomedical Systems
Instructor
Tarek Shazly
What is Biomedical Engineering?
Biomedical Engineering is the application of engineering and design concepts
to medicine and biology.
What fields o