BME 409 – Biofluid Mechanics
The fundamental relations in fluid mechanics and their application to biofluids including steady/unsteady flows, diseased states, devices and biorheology. Prerequisite: MATH 230 , MATH 251 , BIOE 303
BME 419 – Artificial Organs
Analysis of function and consideration of design concerns for biomedical implants, including prosthetic joints, electrical stimulators, and cardiovascular pumps. Prerequisite: MATH 250 or MATH 251 . Prerequisite or concurrent: BIOL 141 or BIOL 472
BME 429 – Biomedical Mechanics and Techniques Lab
Experimental laboratory that includes hands-on measurement, computational simulations, and statistical analysis of biofluids, biosolids, and biomaterial phenomena.
BIOE 503 – Biofluid Mechanics
Biofluid mechanics; derivation of mass and momentum equations; analysis of fluid motion (steady and unsteady) in biomedical engineering systems and devices; relating diseased states and fluid mechanics.
BIOE 519 – Artificial Organs
Basic techniques and principles of a multidiscipline approach to artificial organs design.