Computational Non-Newtonian Hemodynamics of Small Vessels

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Whitty, J. P. M.; Wain, R. A. J.; Fsadni, A.; Simo, Jules; Francis, J.;
  • Publisher: Elyns group
  • Subject: H160 | A900

The significance of non-Newtonian hemodynamics of small blood vessels is addressed via the description and critical discussion of cogent models within Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, in this case ANSYS-CFX. Several applicable hemodynamical shear-thinning mo... View more
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