Biofluid Mechanics by Jagan N. Mazumdar

By Jagan N. Mazumdar

Offers such themes as: parts of body structure of the circulatory procedure; blood rheology; homes of flowing blood; types for blood flows, pulsatile stream and family among pulsatile strain and circulation, and others.

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Hjulström (1935) and Yang (1973) studied on expressing the phenomenon in terms of velocity related terms rather than shear parameter, as a function of shear Reynolds number. e. flow with velocity profile of logarithmic distribution law. Shields (1936) performed several experiments with different ranges of uniformly distributed types of sand. The results of Shields’ study were presented as a narrow band with a certain width serving a region below which the tractive force is not sufficient to initiate motion, and above which motion is accepted as already initiated.

In his study Pulcuo˘glu (2009), kept the original form of the program code of DELTA except for adding codes of 29 subroutines of sediment transport equations. 6 the first three equations are used. In addition to that, explanations of the variables for each of the sediment transport equations are included with each subroutine added to the main program code. The modular structure of the program is composed of the main program DELTA and nine subroutines, each coded for a specific task: DREAD; TITLES; RK4; DERIVE; SCHOKL; MEYPET; EINS42; FORMUL and DWRITE.

The approximate length of the reservoir can be approximated by dividing the water depth at the dam, by energy grade line slope. However, attention must be given to the Theoretical aspects of sediment transport 27 length of computational domain. In order to guarantee a uniform flow during whole simulation, the length of the computational domain should be chosen much greater than the reservoir length. The computational step is obtained by dividing the length of the computational domain in the number of reaches (Graf and Altınakar, 1998).

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