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COURSE UNIT TITLECOURSE UNIT CODESEMESTERTHEORY + PRACTICE (Hour)ECTS
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA BME526 ------- 3 + 0 10

TYPE OF COURSE UNITElective Course
LEVEL OF COURSE UNITMaster's Degree Without Thesis
YEAR OF STUDY-
SEMESTER-------
NUMBER OF ECTS CREDITS ALLOCATED10
NAME OF LECTURER(S)-
LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT At the end of this course, the students;
1) Learn mathematical Modelling of transport phonemana.
2) Learn identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
3) Gain ascendancy of modelling theories on medical application.
MODE OF DELIVERYFace to face
PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSENo
RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENTNone
COURSE DEFINITIONThis course is an introduction to the analysis of complex biosystems including blood, cornea, and lung using principles of transport phenomena. Basic theories of momentum transport, mass transport and energy transport are presented. Principles of transport phenomena are also applied to the design of medical devices and bioengineered tissues. Topics include differential and integral balances, rheology of Newtonian and non- Newtonian fluids, diffusion in reacting systems and homogeneous vs. heterogeneous reaction systems and their application to solve problems in bioprocess.
COURSE CONTENTS
WEEKTOPICS
1st Week Dimension analysis
2nd Week The principles of momentum transport
3rd Week Introduction to the fluid mechanics, application in biological system
4th Week Newtonian-Nonnewtonian fluid rheology
5th Week Energy Transport- The types of heat transfer
6th Week Modelling of temperature distribution
7th Week Energy Transport by Radiation
8th Week Midterm Exam
9th Week The principles of mass transport
10th Week The principles of mass transport
11th Week Reaction Systems
12th Week Homogen and heterogen system
13th Week Transport Phenomena in complex biological system and Modelling with biochemical kinetics
14th Week The applications for biomedical and biotechnology
RECOMENDED OR REQUIRED READING(1) Transport Phenomena, R.B. Bird, W.E. Stewart, E.N. Lightfoot, John Wiley and Sons, 1960
(2) Modelling in Transport Phenomena, İ. Tosun, ELSEVIER SCIENCE B.V.2002
PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND TEACHING METHODSLecture,Project,Presentation
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA
 QuantityPercentage(%)
Mid-term130
Assignment110
Project120
Total(%)60
Contribution of In-term Studies to Overall Grade(%)60
Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade(%)40
Total(%)100
ECTS WORKLOAD
Activities Number Hours Workload
Midterm exam17272
Preparation for Quiz000
Individual or group work236
Preparation for Final exam12424
Course hours14342
Preparation for Midterm exam11111
Laboratory (including preparation)000
Final exam19696
Homework11212
Project12424
Total Workload287
Total Workload / 309,56
ECTS Credits of the Course10
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTIONTurkish
WORK PLACEMENT(S)No
  

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