• BME 200
  • 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:

    Chapter 10

    1. Define stress, strain, Young’s modulus, elasticity, elastic material, viscoelastic material, Hooke’s law.
    2. Identify the main features of the stress-strain curve.
    3. Calculate deformation of materials given a force, and vice versa.
    4. Draw a free-body diagram of a system.
    5. Analyze the forces acting on a free-body diagram.
    6. Use LaPlace’s Law to calculate pressure.

    Chapter 11

    1. Given two of voltage, current, resistance, use Ohm’s law to find the third.
    2. Use Kirchhoff’s current law to analyze circuits.
    3. Use Kirchhoff’s voltage law to analyze circuits.
    4. Calculate the resistivity of a material.
    5. Use the thermistor equation to calculate temperature, resistance, or \(\beta\).
    6. Calculate trasmittance.
    7. Calculate absorbance.
    8. Use the Beer-Lambert law to find concentration, intensity, \(\epsilon\) (molar extinction coefficient), or path length.

    Chapter 13

    1. Develop and analyze simple pharmacokinetic models.
    2. Develop and analyze a simple model for cell growth rate.

    Chapter 15

    1. List the three main three classes of biomaterials.
    2. Explain the characteristics of the main classes of biomaterials.
    3. Identify appropriate applications for each class of biomaterial.
    4. Define biocompatibility and biomaterial.
    5. Describe the two modes of failure.

    Last updated:
    October 4, 2018