This is a hands-on workshop for biomedical engineering technology students. The workshop will introduce students to correct use of general hand tools and basic mechanical skills as employed in the profession. Safe working practice appropriate to shop activities will be emphasized. Prerequisite: BMET 1100 and enrolled as BMET Level 2 student.
This is a general level course with emphasis on the application of basic physics principles to biomedical engineering technology. Topics covered include measurement techniques and reporting, equilibrium mechanics, stress and strain relationships, fluid statics and dynamics, wave motion with application to sound and ultrasound, and applied optics.
The four-year program provides a balance of basic sciences, humanities, social sciences, engineering sciences, biological sciences, and courses in engineering design and analysis. Students choose from three engineering areas of emphasis – Biomedical, Biochemical or Environmental – and tailor courses to match. Course topics include mass transport and rate phenomena, biomaterials, reaction systems, biomechanics, environmental engineering, solid/hazardous waste management, and others. Prior to graduation, students must complete the Fundamentals of Engineering examination which qualifies the student for Engineer-in-Training registration (a prerequisite for Professional Engineer registration). A dual degree program is also available, which allows a student to earn a Bachelors of Science in Biological Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health in five years.
The goal of the certificate is to develop scholars who have a theoretical and practical understanding of engineering systems and the applications of the conservation of momentum, energy, and mass to engineering programs. Students take 18 hours of engineering classes, including core engineering courses in Engineering Statics, Electrical Circuits, and Fluid Mechanics. The remaining engineering courses come from the following specialization tracks: electrical/electronic systems, mechanical systems, structural systems, biomedical, biochemical, environmental, process operations, and natural resource management.
Beygi, "Microstructure and mechanical properties of Al–Al2O3 micro and nano composites fabricated by stir casting", Materials Science and Engineering A 528, 2011, 8765– 8771.
Bhadauria, "Implementation of FIR Filter using Efficient Window Function and its Application in Filtering a Speech Signal", International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical Controls Volume 1, Issue 1, November 2012.
 Sonika Gupta, Aman Panghal Performance, "Performance Analysis of FIR Filter Design by Using Rectangular, Hanning and Hamming Windows Methods", International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering Volume 2, Issue 6, June 2012.
"summary report on a finite element program for modelling of thermal response of building components exposed to fire." Engineering Mechanics Research Corporation, Troy, Michigan 48099 USA, 1993.
 Usmani, A.S., J.M.
Graduates are qualified for a wide range of careers in civil, mechanical, electrical, agricultural, environmental, and process engineering areas such as design, development, testing, process control, management, electronic communications, food processing, mechanical equipment, paper production, consultation, textiles, and government.
The properties of polypropylene-TiO2 nanocomposite material improved compared to polypropylene in terms of antibacterial, mechanical, UV protection, thermal and hydrophilicity properties.
Key words: polypropylene, nanocomposite, TiO2, antibacterial, UV, thermal, hydrophilicity
 Brydson, R.