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A theoretical study of an unsteady two-layered blood flow through a stenosed artery is presented in this article. The geometry of a rigid stenosed artery is assumed to be $w$-shaped. The flow regime is assumed to be laminar, unsteady and uni-directional. The characteristics of blood are modelled by the generalized Oldroyd-B non-Newtonian fluid model in the core region and a Newtonian fluid model in the periphery region. The governing partial differential equations are derived for each region by using mass and momentum conservation equations. In order to facilitate numerical solutions, the derived differential equations are nondimensionalized. A well-tested explicit finite-difference method (FDM) which is forward in time and central in space is employed for the solution of a nonlinear initial boundary value problem corresponding to each region. Validation of the FDM computations is achieved with a variational finite element method algorithm. The influences of the emerging geometric and rheological parameters on axial velocity, resistance impedance and wall shear stress are displayed graphically. The instantaneous patterns of streamlines are also presented to illustrate the global behaviour of the blood flow. The simulations are relevant to haemodynamics of small blood vessels and capillary transport, wherein rheological effects are dominant.
Abstract:In the research, decision-making capabilities are explored in relation to the prediction of evacuation efficiency to improve forecast accuracy on metro platforms. For this purpose, this study reviewed theories related to evacuation behaviours utilising the anomaly-seeking approach and the paradigm of relationship development. The conceptual framework of decision-making capability and evacuation behaviours was explored based on risk perception, level of emergency knowledge, survivability and emotion, and their relationship with the partial least squares equation was constructed. A predictive model of evacuation efficiency and its differential equations incorporating this relationship were also proposed based on the epidemic model. By developing and testing the conceptual framework and model, theoretical support is provided for evacuation behaviour, while assisting emergency management in developing plans and measures to respond to emergencies on metro platforms. This study realises the possibility of predicting evacuation efficiency from a decision-making capability perspective.Keywords: decision-making capability; evacuation behaviours; metro evacuation; evacuation efficiency; prediction 153554b96e