Conductivity of half-life
8.10. (a) The half distance h is a function of time,
t
00
t
h h V dt h 11e(S8.10.1)
The tissue dilatation is
00h
0
0
h
hh
e
n
Substitute the above equation into Equation , we have,
h
h
11
1e
e0
0
0
The specific hydraulic conduc
QP E1 Sol
1. From the data in Table 12.2, CD = 4.255 and CM =0.77. From equations
(12.3.14a,b), the
drag force and torque are:
FD = wApCD T= wApCMhc
The exact shape is not specified. Assuming that the shape is roughly similar
to the 5 m high
cell in Table
QP Heat Transfer Review Python
1 For steady conduction for a spherical surface of radius R, Equation
simplifies
to:
k
r2
d
dr
r2
dT
dr
0
The boundary conditions are at r = R, T = T0 and as r > , T = T.
Integrating equation
twice yields:
T
C
1
r
C
2
From t
1 For CO2 70% is stored in plasma and 30% is in red blood cell. Therefore, the
total change of
CO2is 2.27(0.70)+1.98(0.30) = 2.18 cm3 per 100 cm3. For O2, O2 P changes
from 38 to 100 mmHg
after blood passes through lung artery. Using data in problem (1.2)
QP PP Solution
PP Solution
(a) This part can be solved by specifying coefficients and the number of
harmonics.
Alternatively, the velocity profiles can be generated from the pressure
gradient analyzed in part (b)
Two simplified profiles were considered
(1
Homework 8
1. An objects acceleration is given by a(t)=7t*sin(5*t) [m/s^2] Compute its velocity at 10 seconds if
its initial velocity is zero.
2. A certain signal y(t) is defined as y(t)=sin(2*pi*60*t)+cos(2*pi*25*t):
Apply a low pass filter at 5Hz, 40Hz
Homework 7
1) Write a MATLAB function that will calculate the training heart rate (THR). The formula is
given below:
- for female: THR = [(206 88 * AGE) RHR] * FITNESS + RHR
- for male: THR = [(220 - AGE) RHR]* FITNESS + RHR
Where AGE is the persons age,
Homework 6
1. Plot the function y = 10(1-e-x/4) over the interval 0 x xmax , using a while loop to
determine the value of xmax such that y(xmax) = 9.8. (Use a step of 0.01 when plotting the
function y)
2. The function f(x) = ex can be represented in a Tay
Homework 5
1. Use a while loop to determine how many terms in the series 2k, k=1,2,3 are required
for the sum of the terms to exceed 2000. What is the sum for this number of terms?
2. Consider array A
Write a program that computes array B by c
Preface xv
Acknowledgments
Foreword xix
Chapter 1:
xvii
Introduction
1.1
The Modalities 4
1.2
Image Properties 13
Chapter 2:
to Medical Imaging 3
Radiation and the Atom 17
2.1
Radiation 17
2.2
Structure of the Atom 21
Chapter 3:
Interaction of Radiation w
Radioactive Decay Laws and Interactions of
Radiation with Matter
Advanced Medical Imaging
UH BIOE 6397-04:February 8, 2016 p.1
Outline
1. Radionuclide decay terms and relationships
2. Introduction: interactions of radiation with matter
3. Interactions of
Nuclear Medicine
Advanced Medical Imaging
UH BIOE 6397-01:April 14, 2016 p.1
Outline
1. Introduction to Nuclear Medicine
2. Planar Nuclear Imaging
3. The Gamma Camera
4. Collimator Properties
UH BIOE 6397-01:April 14, 2016 p.2
I. Introduction to Nuclear M
Computed Tomography
Advanced Medical Imaging
UH BIOE 6397-01:April 14, 2016 p.1
Outline
1. Introduction to CT
2. Math for Acquisitions and Reconstructions
3. Types of CT Scanners
4. Image Quality
UH BIOE 6397-01:April 14, 2016 p.2
I. Introduction to CT
C
Image Quality
Advanced Medical Imaging
UH BIOE 6397-01:March 24, 2016 p.1
The Rose Model
In the early 1950s, Albert Rose developed a theory for the
detection of a low-contrast target in noisy background.
Based on extensive visual perception data accumul
Atomic Structure and Modes of Decay
Advanced Medical Imaging
UH BIOE 5317/6346: February 8, 2016 p.1
Outline
1. Units of mass and energy
2. Electromagnetic radiations
3. Atomic structure
4. Nuclear structure and stability
5. Nuclear transformations and co
Vo
Nhan Vo
Dr Andrei Dragomir
BIOE 1397 CRN 37479
03 Sept 2012
Homework Assignment #2
1. If every student is assigned a unique bit pattern, the number of bits required to do
this is 6, because 6 bits can perform 26=64 students and 6 is the minimum
number
Vo
Nhan Vo
Dr Andrei Dragomir
BIOE 1397 CRN 37479
03 Sept 2012
Homework Assignment #1
1. A high-level programming language does not instruct a computer to compute
more than a lower-level programming language. All of programming languages
that people use a