The swirling flow in a helical graft has beneficial influences on a disturbed flow structure such as stenotic flow. The characteristics of swirling flows generated by helical tubes with various helical pitches and curvatures were investigated.
Pathological fluid-dynamic characteristics in a 45°end-to-side anastomosis were experimentally investigated using a particle image velocimetry.
Flow characteristics in tandem stenosis structures were investigated. Interspacing distance between two stenosis and severity of each stenosis affect to flow structures.
The relation between wall shear stress and cholesterol deposit in blood vessels was revealed in hypercholesterolemic zebrafish model.
The multi-VENC overlapping method was beneficial for analyzing the low velocity flow structure of the flow field with high velocity dynamic range
4 indices from hybrid ex vivo rat experiment can be utilized to diagnose hemorheological diseases; diabetic mellitus