Flow in a wavy-walled channel lined with a poroelastic layer

@article{Wei2003FlowIA,
  title={Flow in a wavy-walled channel lined with a poroelastic layer},
  author={Hsien Hung Wei and S. Waters and S. Liu and J. Grotberg},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2003},
  volume={492},
  pages={23-45}
}
  • Hsien Hung Wei, S. Waters, +1 author J. Grotberg
  • Published 2003
  • Physics
  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics
  • Motivated by physiological flows in capillaries, venules and the pleural space, the pressure-driven flow of a Newtonian fluid in a two-dimensional wavy-walled channel is investigated theoretically. The sinusoidal wavy shape is due to the configuration of underlying cells, their nuclei and intercellular junctions or clefts. The walls are lined with a thin poroelastic layer that models the glycocalyx coating of the cell surface. The upper and lower wavy walls are offset axially by the phase angle… CONTINUE READING
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