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Final Exam
*December 8, 2017*

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The *Final Exam* will be on Friday, December 15th, from 1015am -1215pm in our regular classroom. This exam is comprehensive and will cover the entire course.

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Answers to 2nd Exam
*November 13, 2017*

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Here are the answers for the 2nd exam. *Problem 1*: 1280 kg/sec for V2 = 38 m/sec , *Problem 2*: DAB = 8.92 x 10^-6 cm2/sec using (5.35 and 42) or DAB = 6.84 x 10^-6 cm2/sec using SE with a = 3.14 x 10^-8 cm, *Problem 3*: 5 seconds, *4:* 423 microns is the diameter

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Matlab 1st Order ODE Example
*October 6, 2017*

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Here is an example of how to solve a first order ordinary differential equation using Matlab. The function in this case is that dy/dx = – 3 y with the boundary condition that when x = 0 then y(0) = 4. This solution is applicable to solving problem 4.7 in HW8, where in this case, think of the ODE as dZ/dt = – A V[Z(t)] and the initial condition is that when t = 0 then Z(0) = 1.3 m. The term A is just a constant that includes all the other variables, make sure your units are all compatible. You would solve this over the time interval from 0 (tstart = 0) to say 100 minutes (tend = 100) and note when Z = 1m which means the bag is empty. Here is the program ODE

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Answers to 1st Exam
*October 6, 2017*

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Here are the answers for the 1st exam. *Problem 1*: Q=60.7 cm3/min , *Problem 2*: Newtonian, viscosity = 3 cP , *Problem 3*: LP=3.13 x 10^-7 cm/Pa/sec, Q=16.7 cm3/sec , *Problem 4*: 31.4 mmHg

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Basic Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering – 4th Edition
*October 3, 2017*

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The 4th edition of *Basic Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering* has been published by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis in September 2017. A new solution manual is also available for those that adopt my book. Here is a link to the publisher’s web site, https://www.crcpress.com/Basic-Transport-Phenomena-in-Biomedical-Engineering-Fourth-Edition/Fournier/p/book/9781138749535

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On Pitot Tubes
*October 2, 2017*

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At left are some photos of pitot tubes on the side of a 747 parked at Detroit Metro and one that a student’s friend, an aircraft mechanic, provided. Here’s a news story from ABC about the crash with some animation http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/air-france-flight-447-crash-didnt-happen-expert/story?id=16717404 and an article from Scientific American http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-is-a-pitot-tube .

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Correction to HW2, Problem #3.19
*September 15, 2017*

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I messed up my viscosity in my calculation so the correct answer should be 2H = 0.041 microns. Several of you got this answer and if I knocked off a point let me know and I will correct your grade.

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BIOE Fall Seminar Series
*September 14, 2017*

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*BIOE Seminars are Friday, 1130-1230pm, in the SSOE Seminar Room, Nitschke Hall*

Hello Everyone, just a heads up about our next seminar that is this Friday, September 15th in NI1027 at 1130am. Hope to see you there!** **

**Thomas Gaborski, Ph.D.**

**Associate Professor**

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Final Exam Update
*September 8, 2017*

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I have been successful in having our final exam date changed since the Monday date was between physiology and bioelectronics. **So please note that our final exam in this course will be on Friday, December 15th, from 1015am to 1215pm.**

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Walking on Water, the Video
*September 8, 2017*

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Here is a video on walking on water using corn starch showing the practical uses of a non-newtonian fluid, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIUEZ3AhrVE