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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. November 2013, 135(11): 114503.
Paper No: BIO-13-1017
Published Online: September 23, 2013
... the influence of artery size, magnetic field strength, and non-Newtonian behavior on artery wall shear stress and pressure drop in the stenosed section. It is found that wall shear stress and pressure drop increase by decreasing artery size, assuming non-Newtonian fluid, and increasing magnetic field strength...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. October 2011, 133(10): 101002.
Published Online: October 31, 2011
... that thrombosis in the Penn State pulsatile LVAD, on a polyurethane blood sac, is largely a function of the underlying fluid mechanics and may be correlated to wall shear rates below 500 s −1 . Given the large range of heart rate and systolic durations employed, in vivo it is useful to study the fluid mechanics...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. August 2008, 130(4): 041019.
Published Online: June 24, 2008
..., and a wall shear rate greater than 500 s − 1 . Particle image velocimetry was used to compare the flow fields in the chamber of the 12 cc Penn State pediatric pulsatile VAD using two mechanical heart valves: Björk–Shiley monostrut (BSM) tilting disk valves and CarboMedics (CM) bileaflet valves...