BME/CHE 250 Problem Set #7
Due: Thursday, November 18, 2010
(Unless you are presenting your project that week, then it is due the following week.)
1.
Problem 6.2
A new protein has been isolated by mol
BME/ChE 259 Problem Set #3
Due: September 30, 2010
1. Flow Chamber for Adhesion Study
A parallel plate flow chamber is being designed to study the adhesion of leukocytes to
endothelium. The channel wi
BME/ChE 259 Problem Set #1 (2010)
1. The oxygen diffusion coefficient in tissue is about 1.1x10 -5 cm2/s. The fluid filtration velocity
is typically 1 m/s.
(a) Assuming that convection and diffusion a
BME/ChE 259 Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems October 29, 2009
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BME/CHE 259 Problem Set #4
Due: October 7, 2010
1.
Problem 3.1
Derive the relationship between the Strouhal number and the Womersley number.
2.
Problem 3.2
Using Poiseuille's law (Equation 2.7.45), sh
BME/CHE 250 Problem Set #7
Due: Thursday, November 18, 2010
(Unless you are presenting your project that week, then it is due the following week.)
1.
Problem 6.2
A new protein has been isolated by mol
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BME/CHE 259 Problem Set #4
Solutions
1.
Problem 3.1
Derive the relationship between the Strouhal number and the Womersley number.
Solution
The Strouhal number =
and the Womersley number =
Begin with t
BME/ChE 259 Problem Set #1 (2010)
1. The oxygen diffusion coefficient in tissue is about 1.1x10 -5 cm2/s. The fluid filtration velocity
is typically 1 m/s.
(a) Assuming that convection and diffusion a
BIM 106: BIOTRANSPORT PHENOMENA
Instructor: Professor Kent Leach
Office: 3321 GBSF
E-mail: [email protected]
Office hours: Tues 4-5 pm or by appt.
Teaching assistant: Allison Hoch
Grader: Alan Man
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BME/CHE 259: Transport Phenomenon in Biological Systems
Problem Set #1, Due: September 22, 2011
Reading: Truskey Chapter 1
Problem Solving:
1. The oxygen diffusion coefficient in tissue is about 1.1x1
BME/CHE 259 Problem Set #5
Due: October 14, 2010
1. Problem 4.5
(a): Application of boundary layer theory to estimate the entrance length for channel
flow.
Developing flow within a channel can be exam
BME/CHE 259 Problem Set #6
Due: October 21, 2010
1.
Problem 5.1
The pressure drop in a curved vessel is affected by the curvature of the vessel. Consider a
Newtonian fluid of density and viscosity flo
BME/CHE 250 Problem Set #8
Due: Thursday, December 9, 2010
Problem 7.2
The permeability across a thin rectangular region of tissue is defined as:
Pi
Ni z
C0 CL
where C0 is the solute concentration in
PROBLEM SET #8
Problem 10.1
The reaction of A and B to form C is studied under conditions in which the initial
rate can be accurately measured. The following data are obtained:
Initial Conc of A (M)
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