Homework 1; BME 394 Biomat. Props. Fall 2011 KEY
Homework 1 due by 11PM Oct 3, 2011. (Submit using the filename format lastname_firstname_HW1)
1.
(2 pts) Determine the most likely type of primary bond in each of the following materials: a)
CuZn, b) MgO, c
Module 1
Extra Credit Opportunity
This assignment worth 5 points is due on Saturday (October 22nd, 2011) before 3 PM. This is an
opportunity for you to earn extra credit and improve your grades for module 1.
1. In Orange County, 51% of the adults are male
Assignment #5 (Due Sept 20th)
Review of Module 1
This assignment is worth 25 points, and your final score will be divided by 2.5 to scale it to the 10
point system.
1) In a complete set of playing cards: (
BME394 Homework #4 (Sept 15th)
Student Name:_
This homework is due on Sept 20th (Tuesday) 1:30 pm, before the lecture starts. You can
give the homework to me before the class or drop it off in the box outside my office
(ISTB1 281G). You also need to submi
BME394 Homework #3 (Sept 8rd)
Student Name:_
This homework is due on Sept 15th (Thursday) 1:30 pm, before the lecture starts. You can
give the homework to me before the class or drop it off in the box outside my office
(ISTB1 281G). You also need to submi
BME394 Homework #2 (Sept 3rd)
Student Name:_
This homework is due on Sept 8th (Thursday) 1:30 pm, before the lecture starts. You can
give the homework to me before the class or drop it off in the box outside my office
(ISTB1 281G). You also need to submit
BME394 Homework #1 (Aug 25)
Student Name:_
This homework is due on Aug 30th (Tuesday) 1:30 pm, before the lecture starts. You can
give the homework to me before the class or drop it off in the box outside my office
(ISTB1 281G). You also need to submit an
Circuits for BME Instrumentation: HW 2. Due Wed November 30, 2011
4 questions (25% each)
1. For the inverting configuration of the opamp circuit, with R1 = 1kohm and R2 =
100 kohm:
a) Find the closed loop
Circuits for BME Instrumentation: HW 1. Due Wed October 16, 2011
5 questions (20% each)
1. Find I and V for the following circuits, assuming an ideal diode:
+5 V
+
V
2.5 K
ohms
I
I
+ V
2.5 K
ohms
Homework 1 solutions:
1. a) 2mA, 0V. b) 0ma, 5V. c) 2mA, 0V. d) 2 mA, 0V.
2. a) 3 mA, +3V. b) 4 mA, +1V
3. 172.5 mV
4. Using the iterative method.
First find current estimate from voltage across resistor as
Circuits study guide outline:
1. Diode circuits:
a. Understand the basic physical components of a diode and be able to
qualitatively describe how they work.
b. Be able to compute the current and voltage in a
BME Circuits Project (in groups of 15):
Design a circuit to detect an ECG (electrocardiogram) or EEG
(electroencephalogram) signal (your choice!).
Amplify the signal to a maximum output of 1V (peaktopeak). Use an
Wi and wi are two different names for the same thing. This clips were taken from these
two pdf files. http:/www.ias.ac.in/initiat/sci_ed/resources/chemistry/MolWeight.pdf
http:/web.missouri.edu/~kattik/katti/Links/CoursePage/Molecular%20Weight
%20Determin
Lecture 1 Study Guide
1) Be able to calculate Miller indices of planes in crystal lattices using specified x,y,z
coordinates (a fancy way of stating what you did in HW1 with Miller indices).
2) Know Braggs law and what d and represent.
3) In relation to B
Homework 4; BME 394 Fall 2011
Homework 4 due by 11PM Oct 25, 2011.
1) A three point bending test was performed on cylindrical rod sample of alumina (Al2O3) with a radius (of 1 cm
and a distance (L) of 10 cm between the lower supports. (6 points)
P is the
Homework 4; BME 394 Fall 2011
Homework 4 due by 11PM Oct 25, 2011.
1) A three point bending test was performed on cylindrical rod sample of alumina (Al2O3) with a radius (of 1 cm
and a distance (L) of 10 cm between the lower supports. (6 points)
P is the
Homework 3; BME 394 Fall 2011KEY
Homework 4 due by 11PM Oct 18, 2011.
1) (4 pts)
O-C=O bonds, because the peak for this bond disappears when the power is increased as shown in Fig. 2.
5W, because the O-C=O peaks disappear at power > 5W indicating degradat
Homework 2; BME 394 Fall 2011KEY
Homework 2 due by 11PM Oct 10, 2011. (Submit using my.asu.edu drop box remember
lastname_firstname_HW2 for the filename.)
1.)
(3 points) We derived the differential equation for the standard linear model for viscoelasticit