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By Ali Ostadfar

ISBN-10: 0128024089

ISBN-13: 9780128024089

Biofluid Mechanics is a throrough connection with the full box. Written with engineers and clinicians in brain, this e-book covers body structure and the engineering points of biofluids. successfully bridging the distance among engineers’ and clinicians’ wisdom bases, the textual content presents details on body structure for engineers and knowledge at the engineering aspect of biofluid mechanics for clinicians. scientific purposes of fluid mechanics ideas to fluid flows during the physique are integrated in every one bankruptcy.

All engineering recommendations and equations are built inside a organic context, including computational simulation examples in addition. content material coated contains; engineering versions of human blood, blood rheology within the flow process and difficulties in human organs and their uncomfortable side effects on biomechanics of the cardiovascular approach. the knowledge contained during this booklet on biofluid ideas is center to bioengineering and clinical sciences.

  • Comprehensive assurance of the total biofluid mechanics topic will give you an multi functional reference, taking away the necessity to collate info from assorted sources
  • Each bankruptcy covers ideas, wishes, difficulties, and suggestions to be able to assist you establish capability difficulties and hire solutions
  • Provides a unique breakdown of fluid circulation by way of organ process, and a short and targeted reference for clinicians

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37 shows the range of the pH scale from 0 to 14. 45 (in base range). 35, this condition is defined as acidosis. 7 shows approximate pH values of body fluids. Dissolving CO2 in plasma water produces carbonic acid, which lowers blood pH. 4. CO2 1 H2 O$H2 CO3 $H1 1 HCO2 3 ð1:91Þ Dissolving of carbon dioxide 5 s:PCO2 ð1:92Þ where s is solubility coefficient and PCO2 is partial pressure of CO2 . 6 Electrolytes and Proteins of Blood Electrolytes refer to substances that have positively charged ions (cations) or negatively charged ions (anions).

5 N/m) [30]. The RBC shape (biconcave) helps to increase the cell surface area which is important for diffusion of O2 and CO2, also it helps to deform easily (more flexibility) to pass through smaller arterioles or capillaries. 2 Leukocytes (WBCs) The mobile units of the body’s defensive system are called leukocytes or WBCs. WBCs are created partially in the bone marrow and partially in the lymph tissue, and then they are distributed in the blood circulation system [20]. 0 Types of WBCs: Five types of WBCs are normally present in the blood [24,26]: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Neutrophils (size 8À15 μm), have small plasma granules and often multilobed nucleus.

P. F. , Butterworth-Heinemann, Amsterdam and Boston, MA, 2008. A. Truskey, F. F. Katz, Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems, Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2010. M. , McGraw-Hill, Inc, New York, NY, 1991. J. Pedley, Introduction to fluid dynamics, Sci. Mar. 61 (1) (1997) 7À24. [14] A. Klarbring, Solid Mechanics and Its Applications, Models of Mechanics, Springer, Dordrecht, 2006. W. Macosto, Rheology Principles, Measurements, and Applications, WileyVCH, Inc, New York, NY, 1994.

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