BME 230 (Fall 2015)
Problem Set 6
Due October 26th
Topics:
Feedback systems. Frequency response of LCCODE systems. Pole-zero plots.
Reading:
Lathi 4.5, 4.7-4.9
Hsu 3.4-3.7
To turn in:
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Notes for Doppler lab writeup:
1. This lab does not require a formal writeup.
2.
3. Be sure to answer the questions in the lab handout:
a. What changes did you notice in the Doppler signal as you chan
Numerical Calculation of Fourier Series Coefficients with the FFT
As described in Lathi section 6.6, pages 658-660, the Matlab FFT function can be used to
calculate the Fourier Series coefficients of
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186 Biological Control Svrlems Analysi;
8.3 The Semicircular Canal
Higher animals have evolved sensitive transducers of translational
and rotational skull motion in order to achieve both satisf
BME 230 Lab: Doppler Ultrasound
Introduction:
Continuous Wave (CW) Doppler ultrasound is an inexpensive, non-invasive technique
for monitoring blood flow in vivo. A typical CW Doppler is pictured belo
Figure 2. Drawing shows the major blood vessels in the area of the salivary glands. 1 =
retromandibular vein, 2 = external carotid artery, 3 = facial artery and vein, 4 = lingual artery and
vein, 5 =
Small, Low Power, 3-Axis 3 g
Accelerometer
ADXL335
FEATURES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
3-axis sensing
Small, low profile package
4 mm 4 mm 1.45 mm LFCSP
Low power : 350 A (typical)
Single-supply operation: 1
BME230 Lab 3:
A Temperature Sensor as a First Order Device
Introduction
Biomedical instruments often contain a front end, composed of a transducer, an amplifier, and
some type of filter(s). Together t
BME230 Lab 5: the Electrocardiogram & Heart Sounds
Introduction
The beating of the heart is accompanied by both electrical activity and sound. The measurement
of electrical activity produced by each h
Convolution Recitation
BME 230
The goal of this lab session is to give you some insight into the form of the convolution sum and integral,
and to practice working convolutions. Convolution is a mathem
BME 230 Lab 4:
A Second-Order Mechanical System
Introduction
Second order systems appear often when modeling mechanical systems see for example the handout
on the semicircular canal in the human vesti
Human Anatomy,
First Edition
McKinley & O'Loughlin
Chapter 22 :
Heart
1
Functions of the Heart
Center of the cardiovascular system, the heart.
Connects to blood vessels that transport blood
between th
Chapter 14
THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
Introduction
Cardiovascular system: heart, blood and
blood vessels
Cardiac muscle
Makes up bulk of heart
Provides force to pump blood
Function: transports blo
BME 230 (Fall 2016)
Problem Set #4
Due October 5th
Topics:
Impulse and step response. Discrete-time convolution. The Convolution Integral
and properties. Impulse response of parallel and cascaded LTI
BME 230 (Fall 2016)
Problem Set #5
Due October 15th by 11:59PM.
Topics:
The Laplace transform, its inverse and properties. Solution of LCCODEs via
Laplace transform. Computation of total system respon
BME 230 (Fall 2016)
Problem Set 7
Topics:
Bode Plots. The z-transform and its properties. Total response of linear constant coefficient
difference equation systems via the z-transform
Reading:
Lathi 4
Homework 4. Due 10/13
CHE225, 2016
Problem 1
A stream of superheated steam at t = 300 oC, P = 10 bar and mdot = 1 kg/s is
condensed inside of a heater into a saturated liquid water, which exits the he
BME 230 (Fall 2016)
Problem Set #3
Topics:
Odd and even signals. System properties: linearity, time-invariance, causality, memory,
invertibility, BIBO stability, response of LTI systems
Reading:
Lathi
BME 230 (Fall 2016)
Problem Set 8
Topics:
FIR and IIR filter design with Matlab. The Fourier Series. Definition and properties.
System response to periodic signals.
Reading:
Lathi 6.1-6.4
Hsu 5.1-5.2,
Homework 3. Due 10/06
CHE225, 2016
Problem 1
A gas mixture of methane and steam at P=1 bar and t=400 oC (673.15K) is fed to a
reactor, where the following reactions take place:
CH4(g) + H2O(g) CO(g) +
Homework 1. Due 09/20
CHE225, 2016
1. Two streams of water are continuously mixed in an adiabatic T-junction.
Assume that the total mass of water in the junction is negligible (equal to zero).
Stream
Homework 2. Due 09/27
CHE225, 2016
1. Water at T=298.15 K and P=1 bar is slowly supplied to a piston-cylinder system
that initially contains 5 moles of oxygen gas and 1 mole of water vapor at P=1 bar.
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Lecture notes, lectures chapters 3-16 - Practice exam
questions
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