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A study of pulsatile flow phenomenon

Robert Guild Linford

A study of pulsatile flow phenomenon

by Robert Guild Linford

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Published by Xerox University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English


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Ph.D. thesis, University of Utah, 1961.

The Physical Object
FormatMicrofilm
Pagination142p.
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13652979M

Background: Continuous-flow left ventricular assist devices (CFVAD) are currently the most widely used type of mechanical circulatory support as bridge-to-transplant and destination therapy for end-stage congestive heart failure (HF). Compared to the first generation pulsatile-flow left ventricular assist devices (PFVADs), CFVADs have demonstrated improved reliability and durability. As regards the flow structures, for pulsatile flow at Re = one basically notices the same dominant flow features as in case of steady flow forcing, with the exception that the ‘amplitude’ of the motion becomes time-dependent. As an example, the recirculating flow in the aneurysm was observed throughout the entire cycle, but with a time Cited by: 6.

  A presentation of the most elementary form of pulsatile flow as an important prerequisite for the study of other flow applications in biological systems. The book provides in a single source a complete treatment of the fluid dynamics of flow with the required mathematics and emphasis on the basis mechanics. 2) Pulsatile flow with rigid arteries. P is 2 times the 1st case since radius is constant and all flow occurs in half the time. Thus, P = mmHg. Thus, W = (mmHg)(mL/s) = J 3) Pulsatile flow with very compliant arteries. P in the vessel remains constant no matter how much fluid has been added.

NOT since the time of Hippocrates has the diagnostic value of the arterial pulse been disputed. Yet its role in physiology is considered of little, if any, consequence. Typical of this attitude was Cited by: title = "Pulmonary capillaries are recruited during pulsatile flow", abstract = "Capillaries recruit when pulmonary arterial pressure rises. The duration of increased pressure imposed in such experiments is usually on the order of minutes, although recent work shows Cited by:


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Yiu-fai Cheung, in Paediatric Cardiology (Third Edition), Vascular Impedance. For pulsatile flow, the corresponding pressure-flow relationship is vascular is analogous to the voltage-current relationship of an alternating current electric circuit. To analyse the mathematical relationship between pressure and flow waves, Fourier analysis is used to decompose these complex.

MITCHEL P. GOLDMAN, in The Vein Book, Arteriolar Injection. De Faria and Moraes 27 have observed that one in 26 leg telangiectasias is associated with a dermal arteriole.

Bihari and Magyar 28 have found pulsatile flow in % of patients in 16 of 18 biopsies × cm taken from the pulsepositive A study of pulsatile flow phenomenon book in patients demonstrating arteriovenous microshunts. In fluid dynamics, a flow with periodic variations is known as pulsatile flow, or as Womersley flow profiles was first derived by John R.

Womersley (–) in his work with blood flow in arteries. The cardiovascular system of chordate animals is a very good example where pulsatile flow is found, but pulsatile flow is also observed in engines and hydraulic systems, as a result of.

Study presented in [6] investigated the influence of pulsatile flow on a DN model. Similarly to vortex flowmeters, lock- in phenomenon was observed. In presence of pul. The Physics of Pulsatile Flow is a great introduction to the area of biofluid mechanics.

Especially to those who have to solve moving boundary value problems in blood flow. It is extremely well writen so even a beginer will be able to understand fully every by: Study of Physiological Flow Through an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA).pdf Procedia Engineering () – Available online at   A mathematical model for pulsatile blood flow in a small diameter tube whose walls pulsate is analysed.

Blood is modelled as a two layered fluid by considering core fluid as micro-polar covered by a very thin cell free layer of Newtonian fluid. The effects of various parameters on the flow rate and wall shearing stress are computed and by: 5.

Turbulence during pulsatile flow has been suggested as a possible mechanism to enchance the transport of gases during high-frequency ventilation. Experimental studies on oscillatory flow in straight, Cited by: A three-dimensional computer model of human aortic arch with three branches is reproduced to study the pulsatile blood flow with Finite Element Method.

In specific, the focus is on variation of wall shear stress, which plays an important role in the localization and development of atherosclerotic by: Experimental measurements of the time scale τ(t) of the burst phenomenon are reported for laminar-transitional turbulent, fully developed, pulsatile flow in a channel.

Theoretical predictions for τ(t) which are developed on the basis of a quasi-steady surface renewal formulation are shown to Cited by: 1.

This study compared AI frequency of different continuous-flow LVADs with that of a pulsatile LVAD and again confirmed that continuous flow and aortic valve opening were risk factors for AI.

Due to the diminished pulse pressure in continuous pumps, outflow produces constantly elevated transvalvular pressure gradient and increasingly stresses the Cited by: The Physics of Pulsatile Flow. Authors: Zamir, M. Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,99 € this book is a welcome addition to our armamentarium used to achieve those new goals.

the past pulsatile flow (and consequent wave reflections) was Whereas in often seen as "frosting on the cake" of analysis of blood flow problems or perhaps as an. Key words: pulsatile blood flow, Generalized Power-law, Cross law, stenosis, finite element method, Galerkin, penalty function.

Introduction The study of the blood flow has attracted many researchers over the past years. Due to itsCited by: 5. ine, weighing 20∼30 kg. Animals were randomly assigned to group 1 (n = 6, nonpulsatile centrifugal pump) or group 2 (n = 6, pulsatile T-PLS pump). A tissue perfusion measurement probe (Q-Flow ) was inserted into the renal parenchymal tissue, and the extracorporeal circulation was maintained for an hour at a pump flow rate of 2 L/min after aortic cross-clamping.

Tissue perfusion flow in. Therefore, although 30 l/min are absolutely not a physiological flow rate, peak systolic velocity of a pulsatile flow at a physiological flow of 5–7 l/min rises up to 30 or more litres per minutes. Our interest in steady flow tests was in fact to magnify and better understand the interaction between flow field and root geometry at the peak Cited by: Pulsatile tinnitus is usually objective in nature, resulting from altered blood flow, increased blood turbulence near the ear, such as from atherosclerosis or venous hum, but it can also arise as a subjective phenomenon from an increased awareness of blood flow in the ear.

Rarely, pulsatile tinnitus may be a symptom of potentially life Pronunciation: /ˈtɪnɪtəs/ or /tɪˈnaɪtəs/. An appropriate nonlinear blood flow model under the influence of periodic body acceleration through a multiple stenosed artery is investigated with the help of finite difference method.

The arterial segment is simulated by a cylindrical tube filled with a viscous incompressible Newtonian fluid described by the Navier-Stokes equation. The nonlinear equation is solved numerically with the proper Cited by: 1. This paper presents a global study of the pulsatile flow structure in MHV covering the complete heart cycle.

In the research, DPIV experiments were carried out to study the process of the pulsatile flow in two bi-leaflet MHVs: a St. Jude 29 mm (SJM 29) bi-leaflet MHVand an in-house developed transparent valve model that has the same geometry as the.

A presentation of the most elementary form of pulsatile flow as an important prerequisite for the study of other flow applications in biological systems. The book provides in a single source a complete treatment of the fluid dynamics of flow with the required mathematics and emphasis on the basis mechanics/5(3).

steadyblood flow pulsatile blood flow Figure 1. Results of the gas transfer experiments. The 95% of the differences between the measured V O − p 2 values and those predicte d lie between the limits ds and d+ s, being d the average and s the standard deviation of the differences.

These limits are ml/l and ml/l. In the case of pulsatile pipe flow (when an oscillation is superimposed on a steady mean flow), experiments, e.g. by Stettler and Fazle Hussain (), also demonstrate the presence of burst-type transition. However in this case, there is presently no published study of linear stability, a deficiency that our present work aims to remedy.

As weFile Size: KB.abnormal heart sounds that are produced as a result of turbulent blood flow which is sufficient to produce audible noise Bruit is?

the term for the unusual sound that blood makes when it rushes past an obstruction in an artery when the sound is auscultated with the bell portion of a stethoscope.In order to furtherexplore this phenomenon, the effect of flow acceleration on RBC aggregation wasstudied by high frequency duplex ultrasound.

The experiments were performed onporcine whole blood with different hematocrits from 20 to 40%. The blood wascirculated in a pulsatile Couette flow apparatus under different flowaccelerations.