Humanized Physics Project - Lab Activities - Modeling Fluids in the Body


Introductory lab activities modeling fluids in the body. Developed for use in a workshop/studio format, they could be easily adapted for stand alone labs. Models include pressure, flow rate, buoyancy, Bernoulli and Poiseuille principles, in the context of blood flow, the circulatory system, and the larnyx. part of the Humanized Physics Project, circa 2002.

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