Biothermomechanics
Code  Completion  Credits  Range 

W11F002  ZK  45 
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 Department of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics
 Synopsis:

Basic thermodynamical terms, fenomological and microscopical interpretation. Conservation laws, mass conservation, momentum conservation, description of chemical reagents, conservation of internal energy (1st theorem), conservation of electricomagnetical field, entropy conservation (2nd) theorem. Principle of entropy minimization in biological systems. Linear irreverzible thermodynamics. Principles of chemical kinetics. Aplications: thermodynamics of membrane transport, study of biological oscilations, thermodynamical aspects of evolution, blood flow in veins and arteries, cardiovascular system
 Requirements:

mechanics of solid bodies, fluid mechanics, strength of materials, thermomechanics
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Basic thermodynamical terms, fenomological and microscopical interpretation.
2.Conservation laws, mass conservation, momentum conservation, description of chemical reagents, conservation of internal energy (1st theorem),
3.Conservation of electricomagnetical field, entropy conservation (2nd) theorem.
4.Principle of entropy minimization in biological systems.
5.Linear irreverzible thermodynamics.
6.Principles of chemical kinetics.
7.Thermodynamics of membrane transport
8.Study of biological oscilations
9.Thermodynamical aspects of evolution
10.Blood flow in veins and arteries
11.Cardiovascular system
 Syllabus of tutorials:

Basic thermodynamical terms, fenomological and microscopical interpretation. Conservation laws, mass conservation, momentum conservation, description of chemical reagents, conservation of internal energy (1st theorem), conservation of electricomagnetical field, entropy conservation (2nd) theorem. Principle of entropy minimization in biological systems. Linear irreverzible thermodynamics. Principles of chemical kinetics. Aplications: thermodynamics of membrane transport, study of biological oscilations, thermodynamical aspects of evolution, blood flow in veins and arteries, cardiovascular system
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 Study materials:

MARŠÍK, František  DVOŘÁK, Ivan: Biotermodynamika, Praha : Academia, 1998.  270 s.
ISBN 8020006648
MARŠÍK, František: Termodynamika kontinua. Praha : Academia, c1999.  323 s. ISBN 802000758X
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