Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices

William J Bommer, Nilesh P. Kacheria, Warren D. Smith, Frederick H. Reardon

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Abstract

Although stenotic orifices are a frequent cause of disease in humans, only relatively simple fluid mechanical solutions have been previously described. In this paper we apply finite-difference analysis to blood-equivalent flow through constricted orifices and then compare these results with experimental data.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute
PublisherPubl by California State Univ
Pages95-107
Number of pages13
StatePublished - 1991
EventProceedings of the 32nd Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute - Sacramento, CA, USA
Duration: Jun 6 1991Jun 7 1991

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OtherProceedings of the 32nd Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute
CitySacramento, CA, USA
Period6/6/916/7/91

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Orifices
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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes

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Bommer, W. J., Kacheria, N. P., Smith, W. D., & Reardon, F. H. (1991). Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices. In Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute (pp. 95-107). Publ by California State Univ.

Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices. / Bommer, William J; Kacheria, Nilesh P.; Smith, Warren D.; Reardon, Frederick H.

Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute. Publ by California State Univ, 1991. p. 95-107.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bommer, WJ, Kacheria, NP, Smith, WD & Reardon, FH 1991, Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices. in Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute. Publ by California State Univ, pp. 95-107, Proceedings of the 32nd Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute, Sacramento, CA, USA, 6/6/91.
Bommer WJ, Kacheria NP, Smith WD, Reardon FH. Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices. In Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute. Publ by California State Univ. 1991. p. 95-107
Bommer, William J ; Kacheria, Nilesh P. ; Smith, Warren D. ; Reardon, Frederick H. / Finite difference solution to blood-equivalent flow through stenotic orifices. Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute. Publ by California State Univ, 1991. pp. 95-107
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