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Kindly view the attachment for FULL instructions and reference. In short, Do T

Kindly view the attachment for FULL instructions and reference.
In short,
Do The Introductory Paragraph and Second Paragraph (from the link attached in the file) and follow all the requirements to write them. In other words, provide background for your topic by describing the biological significance and what is (un)known about your protein (PRPF8), and/or the importance of the simulation algorithm you will invent.
*Make sure you are following NIH Grant Specific Aim format (meaning there shouldn’t be any references in the paragraph, only at the end, etc….)
*Please use other resources to make this introduction paragraph more detailed and concise as my research proposal only gives the general foundation so do not copy too much off of it.

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A pharmaceutical company has decided to test the feasibility of manufacturing a new drug using biochemical engineering. In this approach, a valuable intermediate, intA, will be produced from raw materials using a genetically engineered bacterial strain

A pharmaceutical company has decided to test the feasibility of manufacturing a new drug using
biochemical engineering. In this approach, a valuable intermediate, intA, will be produced from raw
materials using a genetically engineered bacterial strain. After undergoing a series of chemical steps,
this intermediate will then be converted to the final product.
The following information is supplied by the
technical support group:
 IntA is relatively unstable and has to
be maintained at 5 °C prior to
entering the reactor.
 The flow rate of the inlet stream is 4.0
L/min.
 The reactor operates at 25 °C and 1
atm.
 The specific heat capacity of the
reactant and product streams is 1
cal/(g.°C) and is constant.
 The density of the reactant and
product streams is 2.0 g/cm3 and is a
constant.
 One mole of intA forms 2 moles of
intB with negligible by-product
formation:
intA → 2 intB
 The reaction of intA under the given conditions does not go to completion. When 2.0 mol/L of
intA flow into the reactor, 0.1 mol/L remains unreacted.
 The standard heat of formation of intA is -2050 kJ/mol
 The standard heat of formation of intB is -1560 kJ/mol
 Molecular weights of intA and intB are 1080 g/mol and 540 g/mol, respectively.
 The reactor is well insulated.
 The stirrer does work on the system at a rate of 10 W.
Perform a Degree of Freedom analysis. State your assumptions and show all your work.
a) Calculate the heat requirement to convert intA to another more stable intermediate, IntB, using a
2-L reactor (Figure 2).
b) Calculate the rate of heat addition or removal to maintain the reactor at the desired temperature.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Six particles of mass 1kg are evenly spaced along acircle of radius 1 m. Masses exert a gravitational force of attraction proportional to the
square of the distance between the masses. Consider the gravitational constant G = 1 Nm2/kg2.
Initially the particles have a velocity of magnitude 0.1 m/s, counterclockwise,
tangent to the circle. It is asked:
a) The free-body diagram of the six masses.
b) The equation of motion for each mass.
c) Solve the differential equations of the item above numerically.
d) Make a graph of the position of one of the particles in the x-y plane.
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.This is a Biomedical Imaging Systems Course that I need help with the following assignment Two-page summary explanation of “Digital Subtraction Angiography ” technology.
Requirements: 2 pages

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.This is a Biomedical Imaging Systems Course that I need help with the following assignment Two-page summary explanation of “Ultrasound Elastography” technology.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.1) A person swings freely back and forth while hanging by the hands at
a bar. Assume the person’s mass is 100kg, length of the total upper limb segment
is 0.8m, length of trunk/head/neck segment is 0.8m, length of limb segment
total bottom is 0.8m, g=-10m/s2
.
a)For the hanging person, estimate the location of its center of mass in relation to the
bar and its rotational moment of inertia about the bar.
b) An observer measures the period of one complete swing of the hanging person and
finds the value 2.0 seconds. Propose a mechanical model of the phenomenon (and state the
model simplifications and assumptions) to estimate the person’s rotational inertia
from this experimental value of a complete oscillation. When necessary, use the Lagrangian formalism.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.Analyze an ethical dimension of the topic “A Russian Perspective on the War in Ukraine” in light of the code of engineering ethics Please chick the uploaded files First file is the topic. second is eng rules
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Consider the system composed of a mass that slides on a surface withoutfriction and a rod attached to this mass and which can rotate freely like a frictionless pendulum as
shown in the figure below.
a) Derive the equations of motion (EOM) for the system using the formalism
Lagrangian
b) Express these EOM in matrix format

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Consider a person performing an elbow flexion movement with the
top always supported on a frictionless horizontal table. At a certain moment of movement
(illustrated in the figure below), the elbow is flexed at 90 degrees with an acceleration of 1800
degrees/s2
; angular velocity and acceleration of the shoulder are always zero. model the member
upper arm with two bodies: upper arm and forearm + hand (forearm hand). The coordinates (x, y)
that define these two segments are shown in the figure. The person’s mass is 100 kg. a) Calculate the resultant joint force and moment of joint force at the shoulder.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.A widely used approach to study the interaction between human body and soil
in locomotion is to model this interaction as a mass-spring-damper system with different
quantities of these components.
In an experiment to study this interaction during running, the ground reaction force was measured
(FRS) during the stance (striding) phase of a runner with a mass of 100kg and
magnitude of the FRS versus time is shown in the figure below. Consider the magnitude of the acceleration due to gravity to be 10 m/s2We are interested in the dynamics of the corridor only in the vertical direction, so determine:
a) Free body diagram for the runner’s center of gravity.
b) The maximum height of the runner in the aerial phase after the stance phase shown in the graph
above, knowing that the initial height and vertical velocity (at t=0s) of the corridor (from its center
of gravity) were y0 = 1 m and v0 = –2 m/s.
c) ( Free-body diagram for a mechanical model of the corridor as a system
composed of a mass and a spring and interaction with the ground.
d) Deduction using Lagrangian formalism from the equation of motion for this
model obtained in item c.
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