1. What are the components of blood?
2. What types of cells are in blood?
3. Systole consists of _ and _. Diastole consists
of _ and _.
4. According to the equation, to change cardiac output you must increase or decrease which 2
1. Which is a false statement about skeletal muscle structure?
a. A myofibril is composed of multiple muscle fibers
b. Most skeletal muscles attach to bones by connective-tissue tendons
c. Each end of a thick filament is surrounde
Introducing Heat Capacities
Heat capacity (amount of heat required to raise
dq = Cp at constant pressure
dq = Cv at constant volume
For liquids and solids, Cp Cv
For gases, Cp > Cv (both a weak function of temperature)
For ideal ga
Practice: Work Calculations
Calculate work done on the system (given in italics) in Joules:
a) A baby carriage weighing 15 kg is pushed up a hill 1 km long
and 100 m high (assume no friction on the ground).
Solution: if there is no friction, the only work
PROBLEM SET 6
a) Multiplying Eq. 10.9 above and below by [S], we get [ES] = E0[S]/([S] + KM).
E0 = 0.04 106 g/(30000 g mol1 103 L) = 1.33 109 M. [S] = 5 mM.
So [ES] = 1.33 109 M 5 mM/(5 mM + 0.05 mM) = 1.32 109 M.
[ES]/E0 = 0.99.
b) Since [S]
8. A person bends over and lifts a 200 N weight as shown in Figure 1.8 (a)
below, with the back in the horizontal position. The back muscle, attached at
a point two thirds up the spine, maintains the position of the back, where
In the preceding chapters we analyzed the stresses and strains in
'smatic members subjected to axial loads and to twisting couples. We
. lnow consider the analysis of prismatic members subjected to equal
- opposite couples M
The phenomenological theory of linear viscoelasticity developed in Chapter
2 is completely independent of the existence of models. It is desirable to
consider the representation of linear viscoelastic processes by certain model
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3.1 . INTRODUCTION
In the two preceding chapters, we discussed the stresses and strains
in structural members subjected to axial loads, i.e., to forces directed
along the axis of the member. In this chapter, w
INTRODUCTIONCONCEPT OF STRESS
1.2. FORCES AND STRESSES
Consider the structure shown in Fig. 1.1, consisting ofa boom AB
and a rod BC. We propose to determine whether a 30kN load may
safely be supported at B by this structur
2. (35 pts) (25min)
You are asked to analyze the
forces at the knee joint during
limbo. I have provided views in
the x-y and y-z planes, and a
close-up of the patella
Assume that the person is slowly
creeping his way under the
Transformations of Stress and Strain
7.9. STRESSES IN THIN-WALLED PRESSURE VESSELS
Thinwalled pressure vessels provide an important application of .
analysis of plane stress. Since their walls offer little resistance
Medium Answer (10 points each)
Only answer 3 questions, if you answer more than 3 I will only grade the first 3 questions.
1. In the following section provide the missing information (name of the model, the type of test,
draw the plot for the test). Label
Exam 3 Review
The exam will focus on:
Blood vessel physiology
Vessel mechanical testing techniques
Soft tissue mechanical properties (viscoelasticity)
Blood Vessel Physiology
What are the different la