Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Fry Solution


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Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Fry Solution
Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Fry SolutionThis solution was published by Greenfield and Fry in 1965 for axisymmetric, uniform, fully developed, horizontal, Newtonian pulsatile flow and is comparable to the Womersley solution in the sense that they are both solutions relating flow rate to pressure gradient for the pulsatile flow condition. With apologies to Dr. Greenfield we will just refer to it as the Fry solution for brevity's sake. Since flow in arteries is pulsatile, this is an important case for human medicine. We will find the Fry solution particularly useful in Chapter 8 in modeling the behavior of an extravascular catheter/
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Lee Waite, Ph.D., P.E.; Jerry Fine, Ph.D.: Applied Biofluid Mechanics, Second Edition. Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Fry Solution, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export