By: Northeastern University
Covers the fundamental principles of processes and systems in which mass, energy, and momentum are transported in typical biological problems. Emphasizes momentum transport for incompressible and compressible fluids (fluid flow) and energy transport. The methods taught are relevant to the analysis of physiological systems, processing, and separation of biological materials. Prereq. (a) BIOE2355 and (b) GE2361, MATH2321, or MATH2341; restricted to students in the College of Engineering and in the College of Science.