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B M E 615: Tissue Mechanics

  • Catalog Description:
    This course will focus on solid mechanics of prominent musculoskeletal and cardiovascular tissues. Their normal and pathological behaviors (stiffness, strength, relaxation, creep, adaptive remodeling, etc.) in response to physiolgic loading will be examined and quantified.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: BME 315 or cons inst
  • Official Course Description (pdf)

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