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“…al. [18] estimated the increased flow resistance in a narrow catheterized artery using the Casson fluid model. Banerjee et al [19] investigated the changes in flow and mean pressure gradient across a coronary artery using power law and Carreau model, a shearrate-dependent non-Newtonian fluid model.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…al. [18] estimated the increased flow resistance in a narrow catheterized artery using the Casson fluid model. Banerjee et al [19] investigated the changes in flow and mean pressure gradient across a coronary artery using power law and Carreau model, a shearrate-dependent non-Newtonian fluid model.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tandon et al [2] analyzed the blood flow in the arteries by assuming it as Casson model. Dash et al [3] have analyzed steady and pulsatile flow considering pressure gradient as a function of time in a narrow catheterized artery taking into account blood as Casson fluid. Ramesh Gupta [4] has considered a constant property of viscous fluid entering a conduit under appropriate intake conditions so that its velocity is practically constant over the entry cross-section.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Blood is the major biofluid which behaves like Newtonian fluid when it flows through larger diameter arteries (arteries with diameter greater than 200 m) [2,3]. At low shear rates in small diameter arteries, the apparent viscosity of blood increases markedly and hence it exhibits remarkable nonNewtonian character [4,5]. Merrill [6] reported that flow may cease in the presence of measurable stress implying that there is yield stress.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%