Volume 17 (2023)
Volume 16 (2022)
Volume 15 (2021)
Volume 14 (2020)
Volume 13 (2019)
Volume 12 (2018)
Volume 11 (2017)
Volume 10 (2016)
Volume 9 (2015)
Volume 8 (2014)
Volume 7 (2013)
Volume 6 (2012)
Volume 5 (2011)
Volume 4 (2010)
Volume 3 (2009)
Volume 2 (2008)
Volume 1 (2007)
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Volume -1 (2004)
Bioheat Transfer
Numerical Simulation of Flow Field, Heat and Moisture Transfer in the Human Nasal Cavity Pre and Post Virtual Turbinectomy

Parisa Rahmani; Hossein Shamohammadi; Omid Abouali; Homayoon Emdad; Mohammad Faramarzi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2019, , Pages 45-53

  Turbinates play an important role in conditioning of inhaled air and affect the airflow passing the nasal cavity. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of removing inferior turbinate on flow field, heat and moisture transfer from mucosa into the inhaled-air in a human nasal cavity and ...  Read More

Bioheat Transfer
Assesment of Thermography Technique for Detection of Thyroid Gland: A Numerical Approach Accompanied by an Experimnetal Study

Farshad Bahramian; Afsaneh Mojra

Volume 10, Issue 3 , October 2016, , Pages 245-256

  The aim of this study is to investigate the use of thermography technique for detection of thyroid gland embedded in the neck through a numerical and an experimental approach. To this end, a real 3D model of the human neck and its primary organs including trachea, thyroid gland, common carotid artery ...  Read More

Bioheat Transfer
The Effects of Evaporation and Convection on Skin Tissue Temperature Distribution

Mohammad Shams Kolahi; Ataollah Hashemi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , June 2011, , Pages 57-66

  Recent technological and industrial advances have increased the number of skin burns due to human body exposure to heat in a fire or hot and mechanized environment. In addition, hot environment can produce a strain on a human body leading to discomfort and heat stress and even death. In hot summer days, ...  Read More

Bioheat Transfer
Thermal Response Modeling Of Human Body Under The Influence Of Eating Cold Or Hot Food

Seyed Alireza Zolfaghari; Mehdi Maerefat; Amir Omidvar

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2010, , Pages 13-21

  Generally, most of the human thermal response models are dependent upon a narrow range of personal/environmental parameters. In other words, the effects of other parameters such as eating foods are not considered in these models. On the other hand, previous studies have indicated that the overall thermal ...  Read More

Bioheat Transfer
Modeling Of Laser Induced Interstitial Thermotherapy Of Laser Tissue Considering Effect Of Fat Melting

Mehdi Maerefat; Manije Mokhtari Dizaji; Zahra Haddad Soleimani

Volume 3, Issue 3 , June 2009, , Pages 189-197

  In this paper a comprehensive mathematical model for thermal analysis of liver tissue in thermotherapy of liver cancer by laser is presented. In the present model the diffusion approximation analytical method for radiative heat transfer modeling of heat transfer process in the tissue is used for the ...  Read More

Bioheat Transfer
Transducer Design For Ultrasound-Induced Hyperthermia Of Cancerous Tissues

Farzan Ghalichi; Sohrab Behnia

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Pages 1-8

  The methods of focusing ultrasonic waves in order to apply hyperthermia cancer therapy have studied and a transducer capable of focusing waves on cancerous tissues with the aid of its piezoelectricelements has introduced. The amount of absorbed energy was computed by solving numerically the acoustic ...  Read More

Cardiovascular Biomechanics
Fluid Flow And Heat Transfer Analysis Of Hemorheological Viscometer Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (Cfd) Simulation

Nasser Fatouraee; Mojtaba Gholipour Samarghaveh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Pages 9-17

  Blood is one of the vital fluids of the human body. Measurement of its viscosity and other properties is very important in detecting and understanding different cardiovascular diseases. In this study, the blood flow in a concentric cylinder viscometer was simulated numerically. The blood flow patterns ...  Read More