|Autors: Ivanov, M. P.|
Title: Exhaled air speed measurements of respiratory air flow, generated by ten different human subjects, under uncontrolled conditions
Keywords: Exhaled Air Speed, Respiratory Air Flow, Flow Measurements
Abstract: The presented study reveals a multi-point experimental measurement of the airflow speed, generated in the exhalation phase from the human respiratory cycle, based on data from 10 real human subjects. The results obtained demonstrate the exceptional irregularity and the transient character of the human respiratory cycle, in terms of measured speed at different points of man-generated exhalation air flow. The presented exponential trend lines show as expected, that there is a reduction in the exhalation speed, with the increase of the distance from the nose.
Copyright E3S Web of Conferences
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