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• MacElastic : Instructional Finite Element Analysis for Solving Elasticity Problems With the Macintosh® ﻿

(Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1989)
Finite Element Analysis is a numerical method for solving problems by breaking the physical space into discrete “elements” for which the approximate solution is known. The composite of these finite elements is used to form ...
• MacPoisson: Instructional Finite Element Analysis for Solving Poisson’s Equation With the Macintosh® ﻿

(Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1989)
Two major obstacles to widespread use of the FEM in the undergraduate curriculum have been addressed by MacPoisson™. First, there has been little finite element software developed specifically for the novice user. Commercial ...
• MacPoisson™ Supplement: Instructional Finite Element Analysis Verification and Problem Sets ﻿

(Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1996)
• MacRegistrar: A Specialized Database For Course Information ﻿

(Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1987)
MacRegistrar provides remarkably easy access to records for data entry, data manipulation including grade conversions, full annotation, report generation with text and graphical content, and export of term results to the ...
• Magnetic Resonance Induced Heating in a Vascular Stent ﻿

(2007-07-10)
It is standard hospital practice to remove metallic objects from patients prior to MRIs. Since magnetic resonance imaging employs changing magnetic fields, even everyday items such as jewelry or keys run the risk of ...
• Maintaining Caffeine Concentration during Exercise in Quadriceps via Injection of Caffeine into the Femoral Artery ﻿

(2012-01-18)
• Making Your Sausage Clean. The Art of Sausage Sterilization ﻿

(2001-01-07)
Thermal processing of temperature and species within a sausage were modeled using FIDAP. A mesh was created in GAMBIT to recreate the sausage geometry; diameter = 0.072m and length = 0.21m. The sausage was assumed to be ...
• Mathematical Analysis of Pressure Chamber: EFFLUX EXPERIMENTS ﻿

(Cornell University, 1980-05)
The Scholander pressure chamber is one of several devices used to study the water relations of green plants. For field work it can be used to rapidly measure leaf water potential, and for laboratory studies it can be used ...
• MathWriter I: MATHEMATICAL TYPESETTING with the MACINTOSH ﻿

(Cooke Publications, Ithaca, New York, 1986)
MathWriter™ grew out of a need to typeset the theory chapter for the finite element programs we were developing. The mouse-supported graphics environment of the Macintosh provides an excellent foundation for the development ...

(1986)

(1991)
• MathWriter: The Scientific Word Processor for the Macintosh ﻿

(Brooks Cole Publishing Company, Pacific Grove, California, 1991)
MathWriter introduces new tools that permit you to compose your scientific manuscripts at the keyboard. These tools allow you to focus on substance rather than form. MathWriter was designed especially for authors of ...
• Melting fat: Modeling the Effects of RFAL using Invasix BodyTiteTM system ﻿

(2015-05-19)
Radio-Frequency Assisted Liposuction (RFAL) is a recent technique that shows promise compared to traditional procedures in terms of safety, recovery times, and results. Currently, however, there lacks an accurate computational ...
• Memorial Statements for the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering (1939 through 2016) Cornell University Faculty ﻿

(Internet-First University Press, 2017-04-20)
The University Faculty has always followed the practice of including within the faculty records a memorial resolution on the death of one of its members. This is a collection of just such memorials.
• MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS REPORT ﻿

(1985-06)
Instructional computing is undergoing dramatic change in the Department of Agricultural Engineering at Cornell . In the past two years, nearly all of the instructional computing has been shifted to microcomputers, ...
• Mike Walter reminisces ﻿

(Internet-First University Press, 2013-09-03)
• Mobility of Heavy Metals in Soils Ten Years after Sludge Applications ﻿

(Internet-First University Press, 2005-08-03)
This is a poster presentation concerning the research involved in exploring heavy metal mobility in soils after sludge applications.
• A Model of Transdermal Drug Delivery through Electroporation ﻿

(2021-05)
Electroporation is a technique that applies high voltage pulses over short time periods, resulting in strong electric fields, to create micropores in cell membranes. When applied to the skin, electroporation causes Joule ...
• Modeling a Freeze-Thaw Cycle to Treat Lung Cancer ﻿

(2009-05-08)
This study examines the effects of pre-freezing on the RF ablation of lung cancer, a widespread disease in the United States. While current treatments utilize cryosurgery or RF ablation to destroy lung tumors, neither ...
• Modeling an Injection Profile of Nanoparticles to Optimize Tumor Treatment Time with Magnetic Hyperthermia ﻿

(2015-05-19)
Hyperthermia treatment to destroy cancerous tissue is a highly effective treatment strategy for malignant tumors. The goal of hyperthermia treatment is to raise the tumor temperature high enough to kill cancerous cells ...