Student research papers for Professor Ashim Datta's Biomed BEE 4530/Computer-aided Engineering course for 2000.

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  • Accidental Freezing of the Tongue to Metal Poles 

    Gurzo, Mike; Ho, Jeremy; Lally, Sean; Selig, Mike (2000-01-10)
    In an attempt to verify the age-old claim that your tongue will freeze to a metal pole and become stuck if you decide to lick it in the midst of winter, we have modeled tongue contact with a cold metal surface using ...
  • Cold Therapy Analysis in Structurally Damaged Tissue 

    Lai, Sherry; Pottle, Bill; Schlesinger, Nicole; Lee, Jeff S. (2000-01-10)
    For our project, we conducted an analysis of cold therapy for structurally damaged tissue. Our intent was to determine the ideal conditions of temperature and time of cold therapy needed to most effectively treat a bruise. ...
  • Frostbite in Ithaca: A Walk to Riley-Robb 

    Aridgides, Lynn; Avrin, Becky; Smith, Chris (2000-01-10)
    Frostbite occurs when body tissues freeze after being exposed to extreme cold and wind. It?s most likely to occur on body extremities ? fingers, nose, ears, and toes ? areas far from the warm body core and exposed to the ...
  • Heat and Moisture Transport in the Nasal Cavity 

    Bahr, Douglas; Tyler, John Poe; Weinert, Peter; Egan, John (2000-01-10)
    The intake of air into the lungs is obviously a vital process for the survival of humans, and the conditioning of this air from ambient to alveolar is a necessity accomplished primarily in the nasal cavity. The human nose ...
  • Cryogenic Freezing of the Entire Prostate Gland 

    Ehrenberg, Morton; Flynn, Terence; Seth, Rajeev; Thompson, Glenn; Yi, Jason (2000-01-10)
    The goal of this study was to model cryogenic freezing of the entire prostate, using five cryoprobes, while minimizing damage to the surrounding tissue. A 3-D model was attempted, but failed due to time constraints; ...

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