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Investigation on the Dual-Phase Lag Effects in Biological Tissues during Laser Irradiation

  title={Investigation on the Dual-Phase Lag Effects in Biological Tissues during Laser Irradiation},
  author={Hamed Ziaei Poor and Hassan Moosavi and Amir Moradi and Hossein Ghorbani Menghari and Mahboubeh Parastarfeizabadi},
This paper studies the dual-phase lag (DPL) bioheat transfer model in biological tissues during laser irradiation. The energy equation is analytically solved using the separation of variables and Duhamel’s integral method. The problem is considered for both highly absorbed and strongly scattered tissues. The analytical results indicate that the DPL bioheat transfer model describe different thermal responses from the thermal wave (hyperbolic) and Pennes (parabolic) bioheat transfer models… 

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