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Propagation of stationary waves in a compound deformable tube filled with a viscous liquid

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Abstract

The problem of modeling the motion of the blood in a large vessel, partly replaced by a prosthesis (or graft) is considered. It is assumed that the material of the vessel and prosthesis is represented by a Voigt linear viscoelastic model.

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    A. S. Vol'mir, Stability of Deformable Systems [in Russian], 2nd ed., Moscow (1967).

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S. M. Kirov Azerbaidzhan State University, Baku. Translated from Mekhanika Polimerov, No. 1, pp. 175–178, January–February, 1976.

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Amenzade, R.Y. Propagation of stationary waves in a compound deformable tube filled with a viscous liquid. Polymer Mechanics 12, 155–157 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00857220

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Keywords

  • Large Vessel
  • Stationary Wave
  • Viscous Liquid
  • Viscoelastic Model
  • Linear Viscoelastic Model