The flow through a flexible tube and the interactions between fluid- and wall-motion have been researched in recent forty years because they are involved in many physiological phenomena, such as clinically useful “Korotkoff sounds”, audible murmurs induced by the collapsed external jugular vein in the neck of upright subject (Grotberg and Jenson, 2004).

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