BME I3100 Biofluid Mechanics

The basic principles of fluid mechanics will be developed and applied to biological systems. Major topics include: Navier-Stokes flows, non-Newtonian flows, unsteady flows, boundary layers, lubrication theory, fluid-solid coupling /wave propagation, interstitial flow, electroosmosis (all with biomedical applications).

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Undergraduate course in fluid mechanics or the equivalent

Contact Hours

2.5hr./wk.