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Learn Biofluid Mechanics: The Human Circulation with Chandran, Rittgers, and Yoganathan - The Second Edition of a Classic Book



## H1: Biofluid Mechanics: The Human Circulation by Chandran et al. - A Book Review ### H2: Introduction - What is biofluid mechanics and why is it important for biomedical engineering and science - What is the main focus and scope of the book - Who are the authors and what are their backgrounds and credentials - What are the main features and benefits of the second edition of the book ### H2: Part 1: Fluid and Solid Mechanics and Cardiovascular Physiology - A summary of the topics covered in this part, such as fluid properties, hydrostatics, conservation of mass and momentum, Bernoulli's equation, Hagen-Poiseuille and Couette flows, turbulence, boundary layer separation, solid mechanics, viscoelasticity, cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, systemic, pulmonary, renal, coronary and microcirculations, atherosclerosis - A critical evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this part, such as clarity, depth, relevance, examples, exercises ### H2: Part 2: Biomechanics of the Human Circulation - A summary of the topics covered in this part, such as hemorheology, non-Newtonian blood models, viscometers, shear induced platelet activation and hemolysis, blood flow in arteries and veins, arterial pulse wave propagation and reflection, arterial compliance and impedance, Windkessel models, vascular branching and bifurcations, Murray's law, vascular remodeling and adaptation, blood flow in the heart chambers and valves, cardiac mechanics and function - A critical evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this part, such as clarity, depth, relevance, examples, exercises ### H2: Part 3: Cardiovascular Implants, Biomechanical Measurements, and Computational Simulations - A summary of the topics covered in this part, such as vascular grafts and stents, heart valve prostheses, artificial hearts and ventricular assist devices, blood pumps and oxygenators, biomechanical measurements in vivo and in vitro, pressure transducers and catheters, flow meters and Doppler ultrasound, strain gauges and piezoelectric crystals, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) methods and applications - A critical evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this part, such as clarity, depth, relevance, examples, exercises ### H2: Conclusion - A summary of the main points and takeaways from the book - A comparison of the book with other similar books or resources in the field - A recommendation for who should read the book and why ### H2: FAQs - Five unique questions that a potential reader might have about the book or the topic - Brief answers to each question based on the information from the book or other sources




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