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Of concern in the paper is an investigation on brain injuries which may occur owing to an input angular acceleration of the head. The study is based on the use of an improved mathematical model for the cranium. The eccentricity of the braincase is incorporated through the consideration of a prolate spheroidal shell as the representative of the skull. Also… (More)

The problem of free-vibration of the cranial vault is studied in the paper by taking into account the dissipative material behaviour of both the skull and the brain. Two mathematical models are considered for this purpose. In one model, the layered structure (inner table, diploë and outer table) of the skull is considered, the outer surface of the skull… (More)

- J C Misra, B Sc, Burdwan Raj
- 2014

Of concern in the paper is generalized a theoretical study concerning the peristaltic flow of blood in the micro-circulatory system. The vessel is considered to be of non-uniform cross-section and blood to be a non-Newtonian fluid. The progressive wave front of the peristaltic flow is supposed sinusoidal/straight section dominated (SSD)… (More)

By applying the soliton theory, a method is developed in this paper with an aim to study the flow properties of blood in large blood vessels. The theory takes into account the nonlinear terms of the Navier–Stokes equations as well as the large deformations of the aortic wall. The solutions of the equations of motion are restricted to the propagation of… (More)