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James Ultman

Professor Emeritus


  • Chemical Engineering

218 Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building







  • James Ultman, 2000, Mass Transport in Biomedical Engineering, John Wiley

Journal Articles

  • W. H. Reeser, G. M. Lee, A. B. Taylor, L. Wang, S. F. Arnold, A. Ben-Jerbia and James Ultman, 2005, "Uptake of ozone in human lungs and its relationship to local physiological response", Inhal. Toxicol., 17, pp. 699-707
  • S. Madasu, A. Borhan and James Ultman, 2005, "An axisymmetric single-path modelfor gas transport in conducting airways", J. Biomech. Eng., 128, pp. 69-75


  • A. B. Taylor, G. M. Lee, K. Nellore, A. Ben-Jerbia and James Ultman, , "Changes in the carbon dioxide expirogram in response to ozone exposure"

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Honors and Awards


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