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Arterial Flow Resonance Biodynamics Resolves Plaques Buildup: Theoretical Development

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A. Alameddine

Alameddine Energy Controls, Beirut, Lebanon

Paper No. IMECE2011-62337, pp. 631-639; 9 pages
doi:10.1115/IMECE2011-62337
From:
  • ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition
  • Volume 2: Biomedical and Biotechnology Engineering; Nanoengineering for Medicine and Biology
  • Denver, Colorado, USA, November 11–17, 2011
  • Conference Sponsors: ASME
  • ISBN: 978-0-7918-5488-4
  • Copyright © 2011 by ASME

abstract

Based on a new scientifically-engineered approach, we conjecture that adequate quantities of specific classes of nutrients (chemical agents) to accompany cholesterol intensive meals disentangles precipitation, hinders blockade, and effectively reduces buildup of plaques on inner arterial walls. Specific chemical agents lead to formation of low-frequency vibrating boundary layers at the arterial walls. The axes of these differential vibrations are positioned orthogonal to the arterial walls. Once vibrations reach resonance at the quantum level, they obstruct plaques precipitation and clinging at the cellular level by resonance bioportation magnificative channeling between the two levels. The resonance creates the physical equivalence of perturbative “slip-zone” on the inner arterial walls. Additionally, arterial resonance in specific modes, can act as a mechanical harmonic hammer that could also destabilize excessive clotting (thrombosis). In this paper, we develop and state below the theoretical bioportation fluid dynamics basis underlying our new biodynamic bioportation engineering model that is sufficient to build preventive boundary layer resonance around the inner of arterial walls to reduce and prevent plaques buildup. We start developing the mathematics, biomechanics, and biodynamic bioportation of the presented model. We build its conceptual and theoretical skeletal framework and show some challenging theoretical implications of our new hidden science, such as our fluid-bioportation dynamic formulation. We present the scientific fundamentals of our theoretical development and show how their base parks at the quantum level. It functions from concepts in the femto-world of quantum engineering. Its biomechanics & biodynamics are activated at the nano bioengineering energy levels in a bottom-up propagation hierarchy. The energy state and momentum determined by the density and flux of the oscillating source of vibrations at the quantum level is proportional to agents’ concentrations in the blood. The oscillating boundary resonance at the quantum level is magnificative thru a transient naturally resonant turbulent wave asymptotically constructed from the behavior of the transverse stress-energy-momentum tensor field T of the fluid (blood) vector field V at the macro-cellular level. The resonant boundary surface turbulence provides a “shake-off” motion to prevent plaques precipitation on arterial inner walls. A condition for the generation of such dynamic bioportation for the resonant surface boundary is presented mathematically. This natural body-generated phenomenon is classified within a new class of biodynamics we shall call “Fluidobioportation ” dynamics. If at times, the class of special nutrients is unavailable to naturally trigger this phenomenon, the same could be induced by intake of specific chemical agents. At the macro-level, the bioportation process is engineeringly-sensed as an ultra-light energy-momentum turbulent wave generated by arterial boundary surface resonance rooted at the micro-level. While turbulent wave biodynamics could be shown to analytically and geometrically disallow plaques precipitation, it also has a potential to destabilize clot formation. Continuity and extension of this process may also lead to gradual systematic “shave off” of existing plaques accumulations and reduction of clotting.

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