Cardiovascular Flow Modelling and Measurement with Application to Clinical Medicine by Shahrdad SajjadiCardiovascular Flow Modelling and Measurement with Application to Clinical Medicine by Shahrdad Sajjadi

Cardiovascular Flow Modelling and Measurement with Application to Clinical Medicine

byShahrdad Sajjadi, Gerard Bernard Nash, Michael William Rampling

Hardcover | November 11, 1999

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This book is collection of papers on the main topics of cardiovascular modelling and measurements. Some of the results show how to calculate many non-linear aspects of fluid flow and the turbulence in the arteries and the bifurcation junctions of the cardiovascular system. There are threethemes to the papers: first, the fundamental concepts of fluid dynamics and turbulence in the system; the second theme is the flow modelling in arteries and bypass graft; the third section is about haemorheology and haemodynamics and explores the factors that play a role in coronary circulationusing data from patients with ischaemic heart disease and acute myocardial infarction.
Shahrdad Sajjadi is a Lecturer, Centre for Computational Fluid Dynamics and Turbulence at University of Salford. Gerard Bernard Nash is a Senior Lecturer, Department of Physiology at the University of Birmingham. Michael William Rampling is a Reader in Physiological Biophysics, School of Medicine at the Imperial College.
Title:Cardiovascular Flow Modelling and Measurement with Application to Clinical MedicineFormat:HardcoverPublished:November 11, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198505205

ISBN - 13:9780198505204

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Table of Contents

Boundary conditions and the attenuation of waves in deformable tubesStudy of flow stability using direct numerical simulation of the disturbance equationsTurbulent flow in an arterial stenosisStudy of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian fluid flow in a channel with a moving indentationPlatelet deposition in stagnation point flow: an analytical study and computational simulationFluid dynamics in 3-D models of cavopulmonary connection with an extracardiac lateral conduit modelling of flow transport in arteriesThe application of computational fluid dynamics and solid mechanics to haemodynamics in arterial organs and to related problemsExperimental and computational modelling of flow through an arterial bypass graftModelling of cerebral autoregulation experiments in humansThe numerical investigation of a novel haemodynamic control device which reduces the development of occlusive arterial intimal hyperplasiaHemorheology and hemodynamics: a complex approach to the coronary circulation and development of myocardial ischemiaHeorgeological alterations after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplastyHemorgeological alterations after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplastyRouleaux formation: its causes and consequencesCharacterisation of monocytes by filtration of undiluted blood