Electrical Analog Model of Flow in a Tube


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Electrical Analog Model of Flow in a Tube
Electrical Analog Model of Flow in a TubeIn Chapter 7, Section 7.7, a solution was developed, which was published by Greenfield and Fry in 1965, that shows the relationship between flow and pressure for axisymmetric, uniform, fully developed, horizontal, Newtonian, pulsatile flow. The Fry solution is particularly useful when modeling the relationship of the pressure gradient in a tube or blood vessel to the instantaneous blood velocity. In Chapter 8, we used the Fry solu…
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Lee Waite, Ph.D., P.E.; Jerry Fine, Ph.D.: Applied Biofluid Mechanics, Second Edition. Electrical Analog Model of Flow in a Tube, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export