By Allen E. Fuhs, Joseph A. Schetz

Handbook Of Fluid Dynamics And Fluid Machinery

Volume One basics Of Fluid Dynamics

Joseph A. Schetz And Allen E. Fuhs

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9 I _;l;( - - X--- x"' I /'/'t-1'',, A___:.. 17 MEAN UNIDIREC TIONAL FLOW (1/sec) II Ill IV V VI VII VIII IX TENTH VOLUME RANGES EXHALED Figure 4 . 51 Mate,Ag e49 w ~ n:: I . x I . ~~ X Subject l Dynamic Lung Resistan ce versus Gas Volume Exhaled and Mean Unidirec tional Flow WILLIS G. DOWNING, JR. 26 a) SLOW EXHALATION --x-- Unidirectional Flow --o- Sinusoidal Flow 12 8 4 ........ 57 . SeC) b) FAST EXHALATION (maximal) Ref. 931 Female, Age 38 w 0 z i=! 6 . 23 MEAN UNIDIRECTIONAL FLOW (t/sec) I II III IV V VI VII Vlll IX X TENTH VOLUME RANGES EXHALED Figure 5.

The Pressure-Flow Relationships of the Intrathoracic Airway in lfun. Jour. Clin. Investigation, Vol. 42. No. 1, pp. 29-39, 1963. 13. Ferris, B. ; Mead, J. and Opie, L. : Partitioning of Respiratory Flow Resistance in Man. Jour. App. , Vol. 19, pp. 653-658, 1964. 14. P. T. : Resistance of Central and Peripheral Airways }feasured by Retrograde Catheter Technique. Jour. App. , Vol. 22, pp. 395-401, 1966. cklem, MODELING THE PRESSURE-FLOW RELATION OF BIFURCATING NETWORKS David B. Reynolds * University of Virginia, Division of Biomedical Engineering Charlottesville, Virginia 22908 INTRODUCTION Despite a considerable number of measurements of the variation of pressure drop with flow rate through the bronchial tree (or physical models of it), reducing the data to a single relation is difficult.

Sinusoidal" inertance and compliance values were considered separately inaccurate because of the problem of "multicollinearity" (21). VL~ and VL~ associated with the inertance and compliance parameters were highly correlated for a single frequency. However, the estimation process for these parameters was done because it resulted in a more accurate estimation of lung resistance. Figure 6 compares lung compliance for V estimated for 6 ensemble-averaged maximal and 6 ensembt~-averaged slow exhalations for subject 1.