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Study of aerosol transport and air flow in transparent human airways model

Originální název

Study of aerosol transport and air flow in transparent human airways model

Anglický název

Study of aerosol transport and air flow in transparent human airways model

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Before we approach to a measurement with the realistic transparent model we decided to check some questions, which arise in connection with adjustment of experiment. We have to do a decision how to attach the piston mechanism which simulates breathing to the model, accordingly to control breathing from above the model i. e. the inspiration is in overpressure or from below when the inspiration is in underpressure. The second objective was to ascertain splitting of air flow into particular branches of a model.

Anglický abstrakt

Before we approach to a measurement with the realistic transparent model we decided to check some questions, which arise in connection with adjustment of experiment. We have to do a decision how to attach the piston mechanism which simulates breathing to the model, accordingly to control breathing from above the model i. e. the inspiration is in overpressure or from below when the inspiration is in underpressure. The second objective was to ascertain splitting of air flow into particular branches of a model.

BibTex


@misc{BUT60860,
  author="Jan {Jedelský} and František {Lízal} and Miroslav {Jícha} and Josef {Štětina} and Jan {Košner}",
  title="Study of aerosol transport and air flow in transparent human airways model",
  annote="Before we approach to a measurement with the realistic transparent model we decided to check some questions, which arise in connection with adjustment of experiment. We have to do a decision how to attach the piston mechanism which simulates breathing to the model, accordingly to control breathing from above the model i. e. the inspiration is in overpressure or from below when the inspiration is in underpressure. The second objective was to ascertain splitting of air flow into particular branches of a model.",
  booktitle="EAC 2009",
  chapter="60860",
  year="2009",
  month="september",
  pages="1--1",
  type="abstract"
}