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Aerosol Therapy Implications of Particle Deposition Patterns in Simulated Human Airways.
Finite-Difference Electromagnetic Deposition/Thermoregulatory Model: Comparison between Theory and Measurements (Journal Version).
Host Resistance Models Available for Immunotoxicologic Studies.
Issues That Must Be Addressed When Constructing Anatomical Models of the Developing Lung.
Regional respiratory tract absorption of inhaled reactive gases /
Significances of the Variability of Airway Paths and Their Air Flow Rates to Dosimetry Model Predictions of the Absorption of Gases.
Simulation of Heat and Mass Transfer Processes in a Surrogate Bronchial System Developed for Hygroscopic Aerosol Studies.
Specific Absorption Rate Distributions in a Heterogeneous Model of the Human Body at Radiofrequencies.
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