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Module1 Homeostasis and Thermoregulation

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Transcript of Module1 Homeostasis and Thermoregulation

Term Project 1:Thermoregulation and Homeostasis

* Thermoregulation is the process that allows the human body to maintain its core internal temperature.

* Hemeostasis is a process in which the body's internal environment is kept stable, despite changes in external conditions.



Method:
Results:
Presentation outline
Introduction
Method
Results
Discussion
Conclusion


Introduction
Introduction:
Many factors affect the human body temperature such as:

1) Change in work.
2) Different specific heat capacity.
3) Different conduction.

Change in work
#What is BMR?!
#Used Equations:
- Women: BMR = 655 + ( 9.6 x weight in kilos ) + ( 1.8 x height in cm ) - ( 4.7 x age in years )

- Men: BMR = 66 + ( 13.7 x weight in kilos ) + ( 5 x height in cm ) - ( 6.8 x age in years )


Woman
Men
Changing the heat capacity:
 Discussion:
# the temperature divers on the 37 C.

# Our hypothesis and assumptions were proved correctly.

# Our model lack of accuracy.
Conclusion
Done by:
Fakhra Al Ketbi 100035176
Hamda AlMuhairi 100035410
Noura AlAmeri 100036549
Salma AlBlooshi 100036700

Our Question is:”
Is there a relation between temperature and exercising to lose weight?


Data collection:
1) Work
Cal (t) vs. Temp (C)

2) Heat capacity
Capacity (t) vs. Temp (C)

3) Conduction
Conduction (t) vs. Temp (C)


The original simulink (by the instructor)
Women
* What is the heat capacity?
* How did we change the heat capacity in the model?
Conduction:
* What is conduction?
* How did we change conduction in the model?
Change in Conduction
Deliverables
• It helped us to have a deep aspect and knowledge to describe a system behavior.

• Some other constants may change and other factors may vary during this process and we are not taking them into consideration.

• The changes in the constants may be inaccurate.

• This model showed that we can predict any changes during the process.

• It showed how the body temperature is one of the reasons behind losing weight.


Modifications:
# We would have considered surface area of the body as one of the parameter that needs to be changed to determine our hypothesis.

# We would have made experiments on people instead of assuming constants regarding the BMR.

Men
Women
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