An investigation of jet trajectory in flow through scaled vocal fold models with asymmetric glottal passages

@inproceedings{ErathAnIO,
  title={An investigation of jet trajectory in flow through scaled vocal fold models with asymmetric glottal passages},
  author={Byron D. Erath and Michael W. Plesniak}
}
Pulsatile two-dimensional flow through asymmetric static divergent models of the human vocal folds is investigated. Included glottal divergence angles are varied between 10° and 30°, with asymmetry angles between the vocal fold pairs ranging from 5° to 15°. The model glottal configurations represent asymmetries that arise during a phonatory cycle due to voice disorders. The flow is scaled to physiological values of Reynolds, Strouhal, and Euler numbers. Data are acquired in the anterior… CONTINUE READING

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