Blood Flow Analysis Through a Bell Shaped Stenosed Artery
The study of blood flow through mammalian circulatory system has been the subject of scientific research for about a couple of centuries. The experimental studies and the theoretical treatments of blood flow phenomena are very useful for the diagnosis of a number of cardiovascular diseases and development of pathological patterns in human or animal physiology and for other clinical purposes and practical applications. There is considerable evidence that vascular fluid dynamics plays an important role in development and progression of arterial stenosis, which is one of the most widespread diseases in human beings. This book is devoted to the study of flow through bell shaped stenosed artery with reference to blood treating as single-phase homogeneous Newtonian viscous fluid and macroscopic two-phase fluid i.e. suspension of erythrocytes in plasma, which would be most helpful to novice researchers and professionals who are intending to carryout qualitative research.
Dr. Rupesh kumar Srivastav has been awarded with degree of Ph.D. by Integral University, Lucknow, India. He is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Mathematics at AIMT, Lucknow, India. He is an ardent researcher. He has contributed several research papers in international journals.