|Statement||sponsored by the Fluid Mechanics Committee, Bioengineering Division, ASME, Fluid Transients Committee, Fluids Engineering Division, ASME ; edited by Morton H. Friedman, David C. Wiggert.|
|Contributions||Friedman, Morton H., Wiggert, D. C., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fluid Mechanics Committee., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fluid Transients Committee.|
|LC Classifications||QH505 .F67 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||85071283|
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Transport in Biological Media is a solid resource of mathematical models for researchers across a broad range of scientific and engineering problems such as the effects of drug delivery, chemotherapy, or insulin intake to interpret transport experiments in areas of cutting edge biological research.A wide range of emerging theoretical and experimental mathematical methodologies are offered by. In nature, flying is a unique mechanism for generating control and maneuvering forces by flapping the wings. Weis-Fogh and Jensen  described flapping flight as a complex physical and biological problem that it is impossible to understand a single part of the process of the reasons is that the unsteady motion of wings has related flow mechanisms at a Reynolds number . In order to reduce the dimensions of the combustor, swirl stabilized flames are used in heavy duty gas turbines. In our recent investigation of the swirling flow at a single heavy duty gas turbine burner under nonreacting conditions typical instabilities like precessing vortex cores and vortex shedding have been found (Schildmacher et al., Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on. Problem 4B Flow near a wall suddenly set in motion (approximate solution) Problem 4D Start-up of laminar flow in a circular tube: Problem 4B Creeping flow around a spherical bubble: Problem 4D Flows in the disk-and-tube system: Problem 4B Use of the vorticity equation: Problem 4D Unsteady annular flows.
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