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'lbere is far dialogue at the present time referring to "Bioengineering" (or "Biomedical Engineering"). it isn't precisely transparent what those names represent, quite in chemical engineering. a few have instructed retreading the previous warfare horse "Biochemical Engineering" (or used to be it "Biomedical Chemical Engineering). with a purpose to display the on-going actions of chemical engineers within the existence technology zone, we approved the invitation of the commercial and Engineering department of the yank Chemical Society to arrange the thirty third Annual Chemical Engineering Symposium. We made up our minds to name the symposium, Chemical Engineering in medication and Biology, and therefore shunned the matter of getting to choose which "bio" prefix to take advantage of. Many chemical engineers within the educational and commercial global have been contacted. From those contacts and a great deal of exposure arose the Symposium. The two-day assembly was once held on the collage of Cincinnati within the Losantiville Room of the scholar Union development on October 20-21, 1966. Twenty-one papers have been offered on themes concerning chemical engineering to medication and biology. Tile papers have been illustration­ al of the scope of the actions around the kingdom with presenters coming from Washington, California, Massachusetts, ny, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana and Texas. subject matters ranged over blood circulate houses, diffusion in blood phenomena, ix creation X mass move within the eye, synthetic kidney research, separation of micro organism by means of ion trade, mathematical modeling of drug distribution, carbon dioxide breathing, photosynthetic kinetics, water in frozen tissues, electrophoretic separation of proteins, and outerspace re­ seek on lifestyles aid systems.

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In the present investigation, attempts were made to provide preliminary answers to the aforementioned problems, Flow properties of blood were determined over shear rates ranging from 10 -3 to 10+3 sec. -1 under constant rotation and oscillatory motion. This was accomplished through the use of a Weissenberg Rheogoniometer, an extremely sophisticated instrument which has not yet been widely used in blood or other biological fluid work. ander) was also studied. The material was chosen for study because of the recent recommendation of the committee of the National Academy of Science (28) on its potential importance as a future blood expander.

1960). Hemodynamics and the Physics of the Circulation. In Medical Physiology and Biophysics, Ruch, T. , and Fulton, J. F. ), pp. 643-66. Philadelphia: Saunders. CHANG, C. C. AND ATABEK, H. B. (1961). The Inlet Length for Oscillatory Flow and its Effects on the Determination of the Rate of Flow in Arteries. Phys. Med. , ~. 303-317. DEFARES, J. , HARA, H. , OSBORN, J. J. AND McLEOD, J. (1963). Theoretical Analysis and Computer Simulation of the Circulation with Special Reference to the Starting Properties of the Ventricles.

Experimental Technique Before any sample is to be tested on the Rheogoniometer, it must be decided which of the various combinations of platens and torsion bars should be used. In general the smallest possible platen and the thickest possible torsion bar should be used in order to minimize the inertia effect and to increase the stability of the system. On the other hand, the larger platen, with the larger surface area, gives more of a torque signal, while the thinner torsion bars transmit a larger displacement to the torsion head transducer.

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