What happens to pressure when a flow enters a side branch

@inproceedings{Smith2003WhatHT,
  title={What happens to pressure when a flow enters a side branch},
  author={Francis Hopkinson Smith and Nick Ovenden and Pt Franke and Denis J. Doorly},
  year={2003}
}
The behaviour of incompressible side-branching flows is examined theoretically at high Reynolds numbers and compared with direct numerical simulation at moderate Reynolds numbers. The theoretical model assumes the branching (daughter) tube is small compared to the main (mother) tube and that the branching angle is small. The theory is applicable to steady and unsteady flows in two or three dimensions, and to a broad range of flow splits between mother and daughter vessels. The first main result… CONTINUE READING

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