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1.1. Mass Transport/Heat Transfer Mathematical Models
1.2. Nitric Oxide Production Rate
1.3. Hypotheses and Specific Aims
2.1. Mathematical Model
2.1.1. Governing Equation
2.2.1. Similarity Independent Variable
2.2.2. Similarity Function
2.3. Boundary Conditions
2.3.1. Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
2.4. Reduction to Ordinary Differential Equation
2.4.1. Analytical Solution
2.4.3. Flux and Concentration at the Boundary Wall
2.4.4. Limiting Condition
2.5. Heat Conduction
2.7. Mathematical Software
Chapter 3: Comparison between Numerical and Analytical Solution
3.2. Boundary Conditions
3.3. Analytical Solutions using Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.3.1. Linear Velocity and Linear Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.3.2. Linear Velocity and Sinusoidal Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.3.3. Parabolic Velocity and Linear Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.3.4. Parabolic Velocity and Sinusoidal Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.3.5. Slug Flow and Linear Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
3.4. Analytical Solutions – Neumann
3.4.1. Linear Velocity Profile and Uniform Flux
3.4.2. Linear Velocity Profile and Linear Flux
3.4.3. Linear Velocity Profile and Sinusoidal Flux (half period)
3.4.4. Parabolic Velocity Profile and Uniform Neumann Condition
3.5. Slug Velocity Profile and Uniform Neumann Condition
3.6. Comparison between Analytical and Numerical Solutions
3.6.2. Slug Flow and Linear Dirichlet
3.6.3. Parabolic Velocity Profile and Linear Dirichlet
3.6.4. Linear Velocity Profile and Sinusoidal Dirichlet Condition (half period)
3.6.5. Parabolic Velocity Profile and Sinusoidal Dirichlet (half period)
3.6.6. Linear Velocity Profile and Linear Flux
3.6.8. Slug Flow and Linear Flux
3.6.9. Linear Velocity and Sinusoidal Flux (half period)
3.6.10. Parabolic Velocity and Sinusoidal Flux (half period)
3.6.11. Slug Flow and Sinusoidal Flux (half period)
4.2. Computational Domain
4.3. Governing Equations
4.3.1. Autoxidative Reaction
4.3.2. Flowing Region
4.3.4. Boundary Conditions
4.3.5. Dimensionless Equations
4.3.7. Steady State Analysis
4.3.8. Dynamic Analysis
4.4.1. Steady state simulations NO concentration profiles, Linear production (m=1) NO concentration profiles, Non‐linear production (m=1/3) Comparison between the numerical and analytical solution
4.4.2. Dynamic simulations Linear production rate Non‐linear shear stress sensitivity
4.5.1. Concentration at the endothelial surface
4.5.2. Concentration in the chamber
4.5.3. Concentration under unsteady conditions
4.5.4. Comparison with heat transfer
Appendix A – Complete solution for Cartesian coordinates
Appendix B – Complete solution for cylindrical coordinates
Appendix C – Mathematica notebook
Appendix D – FlexPDE code
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A Novel Method for the Solution of Convection­

A Novel Method for the Solution of Convection­

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