PHZ 4703001
Applications of Physics to Biology and Medicine II
Test 1
Name: _
Show All Work! All questions are equally weighted.
1. A spherical bubble of air is introduced into a vein in the ankle. The diameter of
this bubble is 0.5 mm. As the bubble ret
Syllabus
Problem Solving for General Physics II
PHZ 2103 Section 001
Instructor:
Eleanor (Ellie) Clements
Email:
[email protected]
Meeting Time:
Mondays from 10:3011:20am in ISA 2023
Office Hours:
By appointment only
Course Overview: This class wil
PHZ 4703001 Appl of Phys to Bio/Med Part II
Spring semester, 2016
3rd Exam
April 6, 2016
INSTRUCTIONS. The exam consists of 4 problems. You may find some problems are more difficult
than others; try to work out the simple ones first before attempting tho
PHZ 4703001 Appl of Phys to Bio/Med Part II
Spring Semester, 2016
2nd Exam
Mar. 7, 2016
INSTRUCTIONS. The exam consists of 4 problems. You may find some problems are more difficult than others;
try to work out the simple ones first before attempting thos
PHZ 4703001 Appl of Phys to Bio/Med Part II
Spring, 2016
First Exam
Feb. 7, 2016
INSTRUCTIONS. The exam consists of 4 problems. You may find some problems are more difficult
than others; try to work out the simple ones first before attempting those that
Introduction to Solid State Physics, 8th Edition
Charles Kittel
CHAPTER 1: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE.
Periodic Array of Atoms.
Fundamental Types of Lattices.
Index System for Crystal Planes.
Simple Crystal Structures.
Direct Imaging of Atomic Structure.
Nonideal
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Homework Set #7
Solutions
7.1
Use Q = A v
a)
A = 2 cm2 = 2 x 104 m2 ; v = 40 cm/s = 0.4 m/s
Q = (2 104 m2) (0.4 m/s) = 8 105 m3 /s = 80 cm3/s
to convert to mass flow rate, use density of blood ( = 1.
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Homework Set #7
Solutions
7.1
Use Q = A v
a)
A = 2 cm2 = 2 x 104 m2 ; v = 40 cm/s = 0.4 m/s
Q = (2 104 m2) (0.4 m/s) = 8 105 m3 /s = 80 cm3/s
to convert to mass flow rate, use density of blood ( = 1.
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Solutions for
Homework Set #6
6.1
Use hydrostatic pressure equation: P = P0 g h
a) Phead = Pheart  g hheart/head
= 13.3 103 Pa  (1.06 103 kg/m3) 9.81 m/s2 0.5 m = 8.1 103 Pa = 8.1 kPa
b) Pleg = Pheart
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Homework Set #8
Solutions
8.1
R L/K
a)
R(skin) = 103 m / (0.02 W m1K1) = 5 102 m2 K /W
R(fat)
= (5 103 m) / (0.21 W m1K1) = 2.4 102 m2 K /W
R(tissue) = (3.2 102 m) / (0.5 W m1K1) = 6.4 102 m
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Solutions for
Homework Set #5
5.1
lim F/A = 5 108 Pa
A = F/lim
but
F = W = mg
d = [(4/) (m g /B)]
and
A = r2 = (d/2)2
d = [(4/) (70 kg 9.81 m/s2 /5 108 Pa)] = 1.3 103 m = 1.3 mm
5.2
B = Y B = Y (L / Lo
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
PHZ 4702
Homework Set #4
Solutions
4.1
a) Since the weight below the table remains in equilibrium, the tension in the rope must
equal the weight suspended from it
ie. T = W = (1 kg) (9.81 m/s2) = 9.81 N
b) The tensi
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
PHZ 4702
Homework Set #3
Solutions
Problem 3.1
Starting with v2 = v02  2 afr x
now recall:
using
fk = k W
and
fk = m afr
x = (v0)2 / (2 afr)
afr= fk / m k g
v = 0; v0= 30 km/h = 8.33 m/s;
x = (8.33 m/s)2 / (2 0.01
PHZ 4702
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
1
Homework Set #2
Solutions
Problem 2.1. Recall from class that we derived the relationship Fm = 10.5 W. The only thing
we need to figure out now is how much force a bicep muscle with 8 cm diameter generate
PHY4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #6
(Chap. 7)
Review Assignment: (use your PHY 2053 textbook)
Pascal's principle; hydrostatic pressure; surface tension and tension Forces; YoungLaplace
equation
(1)
When you sudden
Homework Set # 1
Solutions
Problem #1
a)
We first calculate the proper polar anglesa and b for vector a and b,
respectively, then calculate their difference angle .
a is located in the second quadrant ( ax is negative, ay is positive). Hence, when
calcula
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Homework Problem Set #2
(1)
Reconsider the problem of the forearm held at a 100 angle (see class notes and Fig.
1.13 in text book). Assuming that the bicep muscle has a diameter of 8 cm and that skeleta
PHY4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #8
(Chapter 9 & 11)
Review Assignment: (use your PHY 2053 textbook)

Temperature and Equilibrium
Thermal Heat Transfer Mechanisms (Thermal Conduction, Convection, Thermal
Radiation
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
1
Homework Problem Set #4 (Chap. 4)
Review of Basic Concepts: Review the following topics/concepts
Rotational motion and centripetal acceleration; Newton's law for rigid rotation ( = );
Periodic motion;
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #1
Topics: vector algebra, Newtons Laws, mechanical equilibrium
1)
The cartesian coordinates (x,y) of two vectors are given by a = (5, 3) and
b = (2, 7).
a)
Calculate the angle be
PHY4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #5
(Chapter 5)
Review Assignment:
Review "Deformation of Solids"; Youngs modulus, stress and strain, tensile strength and
extensibility elastic moduli for various types of deformati
PHY4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #7
Review Assignment:
Continuity Equation and Mach number
Bernoulli Equation
Poiseuille's Law
Reynolds Number
Friction, Viscosity and Frictional Drag
"Rocket Propulsion" and Hoverin
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Homework Problem Set #3
(3.1) Assume that a 50 kg skater, on level ice, has built up her speed to 30 km/h. (a) How far
will she coast before the sliding friction dissipates her energy ? (b) How does the
PHZ 4702001
Muschol
PRACTICE EXAM
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U# , sign and date the test score card handed out with the test.
Your Name (printed):
Your Signature:
Instructions: This is an open
PHZ 4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine: Part I
Solutions for
Homework Set #5
5.1
lim F/A = 5 108 Pa
A = F/lim
but
F = W = mg
d = [(4/) (m g /B)]
and
A = r2 = (d/2)2
d = [(4/) (70 kg 9.81 m/s2 /5 108 Pa)] = 1.3 103 m = 1.3 mm
5.2
B = Y B = Y (L / Lo
PHY4702001
Physics in Biology and Medicine / Part I
Homework Problem Set #5
(Chapter 5)
Review Assignment:
Review "Deformation of Solids"; Youngs modulus, stress and strain, tensile strength and
extensibility elastic moduli for various types of deformati
Homework Set # 1
Solutions
Problem #1
a)
We first calculate the proper polar anglesa and b for vector a and b,
respectively, then calculate their difference angle .
a is located in the second quadrant ( ax is negative, ay is positive). Hence, when
calcula