Effect of External Impact on Entrance Region Fluid Flow.
In this study a theoretical account of the flow of blood in the entrance region of an artery subjected to an axial impact is presented. A procedure based on the numerical solution of the momentum-integral equation is used. The unsteady entrance flow rate which is required for the solution is obtained from the linearized Navier-Stokes equations and the knowledge of pressure-time history and impact force. The entrance region velocity profiles and friction forces are calculated. (A)
X. J. Avula and H. L. Destreicher, "Effect of External Impact on Entrance Region Fluid Flow.," Unknown, Jan 1975.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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