*Course:* **BIEN 501**

*Title:* **Physiological Modeling**

*Instructor:* Steven
A. Jones

239
Bogard Hall, Phone: 257-2288

*Text:* Bird,
Stewart and Lightfoot, Transport Phenomena and selected journal articles

*Lecture Time:*

PAVB
224

*Attendance:* Attendance
of Lectures is mandatory. Students must
have reasonable cause to miss a lecture.

*Grades:* A/B/C/D/F
corresponds to 100/90/80/70/60. A total
score of 90 and above will guarantee an A.

*Grade Weighting:* 20%
Homework, 50% exams, 20% final project, 10% attendance. There will be 1 midterm exam and 1 final
exam.

*Homework:*

No late homework will be accepted. Homework is to be done individually. Homework that indicates copying will be given
a score of 0. Homework will be graded from
0 to 3, where 3 indicates high quality (all answers close to being correct, or
at least the methods used are correct), 2 indicates a reasonable effort (with
possibly incorrect techniques on one or more problems), 1 indicates minimal
effort (e.g. did not attempt one or more problems, or gave trivial answers),
and 0 indicates no effort at all (student wrote name on the paper and wrote the
question down, but did not attempt a solution).

You must state the rationale for any
equations or manipulations you do. For
example, if you are writing down the equation of continuity, state that this is
what you are doing. If you are dividing
the equation by r, state this. Neatness and legibility are also factors in
the grading of the homework since they make the grader’s job much easier. Where appropriate, put a box around your
final answer.

Please mark your homework with your name, the course number,
the due date, and the number of the homework set. For example:

Rakesh Varma

Physiological
Modeling

Homework
Set 1

Due

Homework will be graded in class on
Fridays.