Sadaf Shariati

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this cadaver dissection study was to investigate the anatomy of the nasolabial fold with a view to explaining the problems of surgical softening or elimination of the fold. STUDY DESIGN Ten formalin-fixed cadavers and 6 fresh-frozen cadavers were used for this study. In 12 cadavers (8 formalin-fixed, 4 fresh-frozen), the(More)
A reverse flow retroauricular island flap was successfully used for reconstruction of nasal defects as a one stage procedure in three cases. The length of the pedicle allows its transfer to cover defects of the nose. There was no partial or total flap necrosis and scars were inconspicuous. The patients were very satisfied with the result. Although this(More)
The effect of a continuous wave carbon dioxide laser on dentin was observed as a function of power density and exposure time utilizing a wet scanning electron microscope. Visible charring occurred for all conditions studied. Surface cratering and flaking were followed by melting of the dentin. Melting resulted in a porous layer or porous globules of(More)
This paper deals with the modeling and control of thermo-acoustic instabilities in a combustion chamber, using a Helmholtz resonator approach and two-port elements. The perturbation of the pressure alongside the combustion chamber is modeled by one dimensional pressure waves, incorporating the turbulent effect of sudden cross sectional area changes in the(More)
In this paper we introduce a novel approach to combine the Helmholtz Resonator (HR) transfer function with the well-defined two-port element method by modifying the model of a gas turbine combustor at the intersection between the combustion chamber and the exhausting outlet. Using the Two-Microphones-Method (TMM), the transfer function of the actuator is(More)
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