Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics

, Volume 65, Issue 5, pp 1083–1085 | Cite as

Rheological factor in the thermal problem of SHF-hyperthermia treatment. I. Homogeneous tissue

  • Z. P. Shul'man
  • A. A. Makhanyok


Influence of blood flow and external cooling intensities on the temperature field in a homogeneous tissue under local SHF hyperthermia is considered.


Blood Flow Statistical Physic Temperature Field Homogeneous Tissue Thermal Problem 
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  • Z. P. Shul'man
  • A. A. Makhanyok

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