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   BE525 - Biomedical Fluid Mechanics

 

 

BE525 is intended to be an introduction to biofluid mechanics in cardiovascular systems, including: viscosity, flow in tubes, the Bernoulli equation, Poiseuille's law, cardiovascular and pulmonary anatomy and physiology, blood rheology, a brief introduction to arterial histology, the mechanics of blood vessels, pulsatile flow, and flow & pressure measurement.  The course should provide a sufficient background for students who are interested in doing further work in the area including research in the area of biomedical fluid mechanics. The course is also intended to provide a solid background for graduate or undergraduate students who are planning to work in biomedical related companies where knowledge of blood flow is important.

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