Using particle imaging velocimetry to measure anterior-posterior velocity gradients in the excised canine larynx model.


OBJECTIVES To quantify the anterior-posterior velocity gradient, we studied the velocity flow fields above the vocal folds in both the midcoronal and midsagittal planes. It was also our purpose to use these fields to deduce the mechanisms that cause the anterior-posterior gradient and to determine whether the vortical structures are highly 3-dimensional… (More)


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