FLUID BIOMECHANICS

Section

Professor

Jeffrey Holmes

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Course Information

Prerequisites: Engr. Mech. - M.E. E3105; Engr. Mech. E3113; M.E. E3100 or Engr. Mech. E3161 or CH.E. E3110. The principles of continuum mechanics are applied to biological fluid flows. Topics include flow in elastic vessels, pulsatile and turbulent blood flow, blood rheology and non-Newtonian properties, red blood cell behavior in capillaries, osmotic pressure, air flow and mixing in the lung, mucociliary and peristaltic flow, cardiac valve mechanics.

Department: Biomedical Engineering(CBME)

Subject: Biomedical Engineering(BMEN)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Undergrad

Course ID: 3320