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Oosterbaan, A.M. (author), Poelma, C. (author), Bon, E. (author), Steegers-Theunissen, R.P.M. (author), Steegers, E.A.P. (author), Ursem, N.T.C. (author)
The embryonic heart is already beating before cardiac morphogenesis is complete. Therefore, the effect of blood flow on cardiogenesis has been subject of many studies. Shear stress, acting on the endocardial cells, has been shown to alter the expression of shear-responsive genes implicated in heart development. The congenital heart defects (CHDs...
journal article 2014
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Grosse, S. (author), Schröder, W. (author)
Wall-shear stress results from the relative motion of a fluid over a body surface as a consequence of the no-slip condition of the fluid in the vicinity of the wall. To determine the two-dimensional wall-shear stress distribution is of utter importance in theoretical and applied turbulence research. In this article, characteristics of the Micro...
journal article 2009
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Vennemann, P. (author)
The development, the regulation, and the pathology of the circulatory system (e.g. cardiogenesis, thermoregulation, atherosclerosis) are determined by blood flow induced mechanical forces. While this proposition has been confirmed during recent years, the exact mechanisms still remain unclear. This is mainly due to the fact that those forces...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Panara, D. (author), Porta, M. (author), Schoenfeld, T. (author)
The use of wall functions has been investigated for LES and URANS numerical simulation in pulsating and oscillating channel flow applications. The results show that the wall function approach is accurate in the so-called quasi-steady regime but there are discrepancies with the experimental results in the intermediate frequency range. A special...
conference paper 2006
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Mayer, R. (author)
report 1996
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