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Finite element Galerkin's scheme for flow in blood vessels with magnetic effects

Finite element Galerkin's scheme for flow in blood vessels with magnetic effects In this paper, a finite element solution of the Navier?Stokes equations for steady flow under the magnetic effects through a double branch two-dimensional section of a three-dimensional model of a canine aorta is discussed. The equations have been solved using Galerkin' finite element scheme. The fluid is chosen to be Newtonian and incompressible and flow is assumed in the region of arterial vessel system. The steady flow, branch flow and shear stress under the magnetic effects have been discussed in detail. The numerical solutions are then compared with the experimental results. The effects of a magnetic field have been used to control the flow, which may be useful in certain pulmonary edima cases, etc. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies Inderscience Publishers

Finite element Galerkin's scheme for flow in blood vessels with magnetic effects

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Inderscience Publishers
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ISSN
1751-0589
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1751-0597
DOI
10.1504/IJASS.2009.027665
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Abstract

In this paper, a finite element solution of the Navier?Stokes equations for steady flow under the magnetic effects through a double branch two-dimensional section of a three-dimensional model of a canine aorta is discussed. The equations have been solved using Galerkin' finite element scheme. The fluid is chosen to be Newtonian and incompressible and flow is assumed in the region of arterial vessel system. The steady flow, branch flow and shear stress under the magnetic effects have been discussed in detail. The numerical solutions are then compared with the experimental results. The effects of a magnetic field have been used to control the flow, which may be useful in certain pulmonary edima cases, etc.

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International Journal of Applied Systemic StudiesInderscience Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2009

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