By T.V. How
This sequence provides reports masking all facets of haemodynamics and haemorheology. issues lined contain the complexities of microcirculation, the rheology of blood and blood vessels, and the mechanics of blood move in arteries and veins. The contributions target to mirror the advances being made in experimental options and instrumentation for laboratory and medical measurements and in numerical and mathematical modelling. Emphasis is put on the clinical and engineering ideas concerned, yet specific recognition can be given to the medical importance of this sector of analysis. themes coated by means of this quantity comprise viscoelastic houses of blood and blood analogues; blood stream via slender tubes; and numerical modelling of blood movement.
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02 ^m. The normal RBC, also known as erythrocyte, is an axisymmetric biconcave disk. 122762. (2) The coefficients CQ, CJ, and C2 have been obtained from measurements made on 50 normal cells. The corresponding profile is represented in Figure 1. 1 |im^. It is interesting to note that in this configuration, the erythrocyte has an excess surface area as compared to a spherical cell with the same volume. This is measured by the so-called sphericity index K, that represents the ratio of the surface of the cell to that of the sphere having the same volume as the cell.
However, it should be noted that in this model, the cell geometry and the viscosity ratio both are considered as two independent parameters in spite of the fact that they are linked by the mechanics of the system. This is a consequence of the fact that the membrane mechanics are not treated rigorously. The velocity field (28) does not respect the local area incompressibility. Secomb and Skalak^^ have suggested two modified versions of equation (28) that do take into account area incompressibility, but that are obviously much more complicated.
41. ; Lind, R; Eber, O. Erythrocyte aggregation in hyperthyroid patients: measurement under fluid conditions as elasticity of blood at low shear-rates. In: Hemorheologie et Aggregation Erythrocytaire, Vol. ). Editions Medicales Internationales, Cachan, 1991, pp. 261-264. 42. H. Viscoelastic properties of the oxygenated sickle erythrocyte membrane. Biorheology 1989,26, 935-949. 43. D. Importance of blood viscoelasticity in arteriosclerosis. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting, International College of Angiology.
Advances in Hemodynamics and Hemorheology by T.V. How