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“…Liu et al (1990) visualized the coolant passages of an internal combustion engine. Hopkins et al (2000) characterized the flow into an optically transparent nasal cavity and Budwig (1994), Gijsen et al (1996) and Nguyen et al (2004) the flow in arteries. Alahyari and Longmire (1994), Atsavapranee and Gharib (1997), Augier et al (2003), Daviero et al (2001), Hannoun et al (1988) and McDougall (1979) used two sets of immiscible refractive-index-matched fluids to measure into density-stratified flows.…”
Section: Flows Through Complex Geometriesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Liu et al (1990) visualized the coolant passages of an internal combustion engine. Hopkins et al (2000) characterized the flow into an optically transparent nasal cavity and Budwig (1994), Gijsen et al (1996) and Nguyen et al (2004) the flow in arteries. Alahyari and Longmire (1994), Atsavapranee and Gharib (1997), Augier et al (2003), Daviero et al (2001), Hannoun et al (1988) and McDougall (1979) used two sets of immiscible refractive-index-matched fluids to measure into density-stratified flows.…”
Section: Flows Through Complex Geometriesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…• PMMA (Polymethylmethacrylate) -Potassium thiocyanate solution: Gijsen et al (1996) -Triton X100 (Sigma Aldrich): Jana et al (1995), Kapoor and Acrivos (1995) …”
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confidence: 99%
“…The flow has been experimentally visualised in rigid phantoms of arteries (Zarins et al 1983;Motomiya and Karino 1984), and Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) measurements have yielded quantitative flow fields in idealised models of the carotid artery (Ding et al 2001;Gijsen et al 1996;Ku et al 1985;Zarins et al 1983). However, the geometry of an individual carotid artery differs markedly from such an idealised model (Ding et al 2001) and the hemodynamic environment, and hence, disease development is dependent on the individual vessel geometry.…”
Section: Carotid Artery Modelsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is widely believed to be the result of the presence of the carotid sinus, which gives rise to a unique local haemodynamic environment with disturbed flow features, such as low wall shear stress (WSS) and complex three-dimensional flows. Due to the severe consequence of atherosclerotic plaque formation in the carotid bifurcation, many studies have been carried out in order to assess the roles of local haemodynamics in atherogenesis (1), (2), (4) - (6) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies also attempted to investigate the CA haemodynamics via flow visualisation in simplified geometries (6), (7), (9) . Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDA) was used for quantitative in vitro measurements of the velocity field and WSS distributions (1), (2), (6), (9) . For in vivo studies, ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) have been primarily used (8), (10), (11) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%