4.4 Water enters a 4-in. square channel as shown at a velocity
of 10 fps. The channel converges to a 2-in. square conguration
as shown at the discharge end. The outlet section is cut at 30 to
the vert
Thermodynamics, BME 340
BME 340: Thermodynamic
properties of pure substances
Prof. Mehdi Nikkhah
Prof. Tony Hu
Spring 2018
Lectures 3&4
http:/knight.noble-hs.sad60.k12.me.us
Slides are for distributio
BME331 Spring 2018 (Caplan)
Feedback on Homework due 1/16/2018
IF YOU HAVE NOT YET FINISHED YOUR FIRST ATTEMPT AND TAKEN &
SUBMITTED THE MID-POINT QUIZ, DONT READ THIS FEEDBACK YET.
Compare and contra
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Movement
Agonist Flexor muscles / primary movers
Antagonist extensor muscles / muscle that opposes primary movers to slow, stop, or control movement
Synergist muscle supporting agonist movement; ca
Recitation Section
8
10/16/2017 and 10/19/2017
Problem 1
Compute the fourier transform of the following signals:
a)
a)
Fourier Transform
Allows us to look at the frequency content of a signal (x(t)
A
BME 350
Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Instructor: Prof. Vikram D. Kodibagkar
Lecture 14 and 15: Filtering
Goals for today
1) Define and understand the concept and operation of Filtering
2) Unders
Recitation 12
11/13/2017 and 11/16/2017
Problem 1
X=
11
10
9
8
4
14
5
15
1
0
1
1
2
4
3
5
H=
-1
0
1
-2
0
2
-1
0
1
a) Find the output image Y that results from the convolution of the filter H with the i
Recitation Section
14
11/27/2017 and 11/30/2017
Problem 1
Determine the laplace transform and ROC for the following signals:
a)
x(t ) 5tu (t 4)
d
y (t ) cos t u t
b)
dt
2
2
Laplace Transform Pa
Recitation Section
10
10/30/2017 and 11/2/2017
Problem 1
Given a signal x(t) whose fourier transform is X ( j ) , determine the
fourier transform of the following signals
a)
x1 (t ) x(1 t ) x(1 t )
b
Recitation 13
11/20/2017 and 11/23/2017
Problem 1
Determine the Z transform and ROC for the following signals:
n
a)
1
x[n] 2 u[ n] u[n 1]
4
n
n
b)
1
y[n] u[n 2]
3
Z Transform Pairs
Z Transform Proper
Recitation section
11
11/6/2017 and 11/9/2017
Problem 1
x(t) and y(t) are signals with Nyquist rates, 0 and 20 respectively
Determine the Nyquist rate for each of the following signals:
a) z (t ) x(
BME 350
Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Prof. Kodibagkar
Lecture 2: Signals and their
transformation
Many thanks to Prof. Bradley Greger for contributions to the slides.
Goals for today
1) Digital
BME 350
Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Instructor: Prof. Vikram D. Kodibagkar
Lecture 23: Analysis of LTI Systems:
Causality, Stability in context of Laplace
and Z
Goals
1) Use Laplace , Z transfo
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BME 350: Signals and Systems
Midterm Exam
10/06/2016 10:30-11:45am (Total 60 Points, 75 min)
Instructions:
1) This exam is Closed Book, Closed Notes.
2) Use of any electronic device is p
BME 350
Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Instructor: Prof. Vikram D. Kodibagkar
Lecture 24:Elements of digital filter
design
Acknowledgements: Prof. Brian Evans, UT Austin
Frequency Response for LTI
BME 350
Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Instructor: Prof. Vikram D. Kodibagkar
Lecture 22: Laplace and Z transforms
Goals
1) Understand the concept of region of convergence, pole zero plots
2) Defi
BME 350: Signals and Systems for Bioengineers
HW 4 (50 points)
Deadline: Nov 5th 2017 (Sunday) by noon
Late assignments: 5 points deducted per hour (delay rounded up to the nearest hour after
deadline
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BME 350: Signals and Systems
Midterm Exam
10/06/2016 10:30-11:45am (Total 60 Points, 75 min)
Instructions:
1) This exam is Closed Book, Closed Notes.
2) Use of any electronic device is p
BME200
Conservation Principles in BME
Spring 2016
Case Study
Due: Apr 29, 2016 by End of Day on blackboard
Instructions:
Individually, complete the following Case Study involving conservation of mass
BME 350: Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
HW 3 (50 points)
Deadline: Oct 8th (Sunday) at noon
Late assignments: 5 points deducted/hour (delay rounded up to the nearest hour after deadline).
Note: Fo
BME 350: Signals & Systems for Bioengineers
Homework #1 (50 Points)
Deadline: Noon on Sunday, September 10th.
Late Assignments: 5 points deducted per hour (delay rounded up to the next hour).
Note: Fo
BME 350: Signals and Systems for Bioengineers
HW 6 (50 points)
Deadline: Dec 3rd 2017 (Sunday) by noon
Late assignments: 5 points deducted per hour (delay rounded up to the nearest hour after
deadline