Nilay Atul Kulkarni

College of Engineering

2020 journal article

High-temperature effects on the mucus layers in a realistic human upper airway model


By: N. Kulkarni n & C. Kleinstreuer n

author keywords: Mucus layer; High temperature; Mass transfer; Evaporation
TL;DR: Interestingly, as a confirmation of the Reynolds analogy, the areas of significant wall heat flux and associated wall shear stress coincided with the regions of highest mucus evaporation, resulting in the humidification of the air with low relative humidity. (via Semantic Scholar)
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