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Two-layered Blood Flow through a Composite Stenosis in the Presence of a Magnetic Field .

@inproceedings{Sankar2013TwolayeredBF,
  title={Two-layered Blood Flow through a Composite Stenosis in the Presence of a Magnetic Field .},
  author={A. R. Sankar and S. R. Gunakala and D. Comissiong},
  year={2013}
}
Volume 2, Issue 12, December 2013 Page 30 ABSTRACT Blood flow through a composite stenosis in the presence of a magnetic field was investigated by examining the effects that an external, uniform, transverse magnetic field has on its velocity, flow rate and three flow characteristics (impedance, wall shear stress and shear stress at the stenosis throat). A two-layered model, consisting of a cell-free peripheral plasma layer and a particlefluid suspension in the core region, was used to represent… CONTINUE READING
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