Class Notes for BME 101 at University of Rochester (U OF R)

U OF RBME 101Edward BrownFall

BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Free Body Diagram, Contact Force, Hypotenuse

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For vectors, just split them into x and y components, sum them respectively, then get the hypotenuse of the resultant triangle i hat is x comp, j hat i
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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Energy Density

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Assume friction = 0, and fluid is newtonian for a tube, P1 + density*g*h1 + density*v1 h is defined as the height of the fluid in relevance to gravity,
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BME 101 Lecture 17: 10/27

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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dialysis, Artificial Kidney, Environmental Ethics

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Allowed to bring in 1 sheet of paper hand written, one side with absolutely anything on it. A closed loop into a reservoir of patients blood with a sem
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BME 101 Lecture 26: Cardiovascular System

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BME 101 Lecture 19: 11/3

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BME 101 Lecture 11: 9/25

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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Statics, Parallelogram, Parallelogram Law

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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ampere, Kilogram

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Dimensions on left side must be the same as the dimensions on the right side in order to even possibly be equal. If f = mass x acceleration = mass x (d
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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Photodynamic Therapy, Endoscopy, Spectroscopy

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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Volumetric Flow Rate, Mass Flow Rate, Newtonian Fluid

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Sheer stress f/a = mew * (dv/dy) dv/dy = velocity gradient, mew = viscosity constant in pa*s or nsm-2 kg/ms = g/cms = poise. Rate at which volume of fl
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BME 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Neural Engineering, Bioelectromagnetics

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