Hydrodynamic interaction of elastic membranes
in a stenosed microchanne, Applied Mathematical Modelling 54: 361-377.
When there is no incident sound wave, the elastic membrane
will be tensioned to be a straight line; however, when there are incident waves along the -z direction, the impinging of sound beams on the membrane will lead to forced vibration and deformation of the membrane.
This solution was then used to suspend an elastic membrane
across a circular frame.
New increase in superoxide production in neurons/glia and blood vessel cells was found on D30, accompanied with increased [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] production in the internal elastic membrane
. Also, the blue autofluorescence of the internal elastic membrane
was the most intensive in the whole development.
Likewise, the internal elastic membrane
of all segments was discontinuous (Fig.
The aorta in foetal age 30-49 days displayed well-developed tunics, with very prominent elastic membranes
, abundant smooth muscle cells and few layers of elastic fibers in the tunica intima.
In arteries, it is relatively thick and extends from the internal elastic membrane
to the external elastic membrane
Pipkin, "The relaxed energy density for isotropic elastic membranes
," IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics, vol.
The relationship between pressure and maximum deflection for the case of an elastic membrane
, shown in Figure 3, assuming a spherical deflection profile, can be derived using a force balance and is given by
Tuzcu pointed out that angiographic assessment of atherosclerotic lesions is based on an inherent assumption that the external elastic membrane
area in the so-called reference segment is representative of the original vessel size at the lesion site.
The images provide a view once seen only at autopsy of the intima, the endothelium, the media, and the external elastic membrane
where the adventitia begins.
Because the eardrum is a thin, elastic membrane
that is stretched as tight as a drum, it vibrates when it is hit.