BME 200 - Exam 2 Instructional Objectives
Exam Date: 10/11/18
These instructional objectives provide you with a guide for learning the course material. During the examination you should be able to:
- Define stress, strain, Young’s modulus, elasticity, elastic material, viscoelastic material, Hooke’s law.
- Identify the main features of the stress-strain curve.
- Calculate deformation of materials given a force, and vice versa.
- Draw a free-body diagram of a system.
- Analyze the forces acting on a free-body diagram.
- Use LaPlace’s Law to calculate pressure.
- Given two of voltage, current, resistance, use Ohm’s law to find the third.
- Use Kirchhoff’s current law to analyze circuits.
- Use Kirchhoff’s voltage law to analyze circuits.
- Calculate the resistivity of a material.
- Use the thermistor equation to calculate temperature, resistance, or \(\beta\).
- Calculate trasmittance.
- Calculate absorbance.
- Use the Beer-Lambert law to find concentration, intensity, \(\epsilon\) (molar extinction coefficient), or path length.
- Develop and analyze simple pharmacokinetic models.
- Develop and analyze a simple model for cell growth rate.
- List the three main three classes of biomaterials.
- Explain the characteristics of the main classes of biomaterials.
- Identify appropriate applications for each class of biomaterial.
- Define biocompatibility and biomaterial.
- Describe the two modes of failure.