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Old   August 20, 2002, 05:44
Default Mass Transport in Arteries
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Hi! I'm modelling blood flow in the arteries and I was hoping to progress to the modelling of mass transport across the artery wall. The alteration of transport of molecules occurs in areas of recirculation, stagnation and separation. I was hoping for a starting point with regards to what modelling technique I should use. I have tried constant concentration gradients between the fluid and the wall with little success when compared to published work. I was wondering if the problem requires a multi-phase fluid. Thanking you in advance, Paul
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