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Biomedical Sciences - Human Physiology | Hemodynamical Flows (Reviews)

Hemodynamical Flows

Modeling, Analysis and Simulation

Series: Oberwolfach Seminars, Vol. 37

Galdi, G.P., Rannacher, R., Robertson, A.M., Turek, S.

2008, XII, 501 p.

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“This volume consists of six contributions concerning mathematical tools and analysis for the blood flow in arteries and veins. … book will be handy for those who are interested in the description of the flows of fluids with unusual properties, especially, of course, blood. It is suitable for physicists, mathematicians working in the analysis of fluid flows, students specializing in the mathematical modelling of fluids, and other related specialists. Libraries of technical and natural sciences universities are strongly recommended to provide this well written collection.” (Ivan Straškraba, Applications of Mathematics, Vol. 56 (6), 2011)

 

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