Along with Turbulence, other disciplines of study including Reynolds number and Computational fluid dynamics are integrated into his research. By researching both Computational fluid dynamics and Turbulence, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Mechanics is closely attributed to Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines in his study. His research on Particle (ecology) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Oceanography. Kiao Inthavong frequently studies issues relating to Particle (ecology) and Oceanography. His Nasal cavity study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Surgery. His study on Surgery is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Nasal cavity. Sediment and Paleontology are commonly linked in his work. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Sediment and Paleontology.
His Mechanics study spans across into subjects like Thermodynamics and Mechanical engineering. His Thermodynamics study often links to related topics such as Airflow. His research links Airflow with Mechanical engineering. His Turbulence research overlaps with Computational fluid dynamics and Reynolds number. Kiao Inthavong integrates several fields in his works, including Computational fluid dynamics and Turbulence. Anesthesia connects with themes related to Inhalation and Airway in his study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Anesthesia and Airway. As part of his studies on Particle (ecology), Kiao Inthavong often connects relevant areas like Oceanography. His Oceanography study often links to related topics such as Particle (ecology).
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Numerical simulations for detailed airflow dynamics in a human nasal cavity
Jian Wen;Kiao Inthavong;Jiyuan Tu;Simin Wang.
Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology (2008)
Computational Fluid and Particle Dynamics in the Human Respiratory System
Jiyuan Tu;Kiao Inthavong;Goodarz Ahmadi.
A Numerical Study of Spray Particle Deposition in a Human Nasal Cavity
Kiao Inthavong;Zhaofeng Tian;Huafeng Li;Jiyuan Tu.
Aerosol Science and Technology (2006)
Comparison of micron- and nanoparticle deposition patterns in a realistic human nasal cavity.
S.M. Wang;K. Inthavong;J. Wen;J. Wen;J.Y. Tu.
Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology (2009)
Micron particle deposition in a tracheobronchial airway model under different breathing conditions
Kiao Inthavong;Lok-Tin Choi;Jiyuan Tu;Songlin Ding.
Medical Engineering & Physics (2010)
Optimising nasal spray parameters for efficient drug delivery using computational fluid dynamics
K. Inthavong;Z. F. Tian;J. Y. Tu;W. Yang.
Computers in Biology and Medicine (2008)
Numerical study of fibre deposition in a human nasal cavity
Kiao Inthavong;Jian Wen;Zhaofeng Tian;Jiyuan Tu.
Journal of Aerosol Science (2008)
Inhalability of micron particles through the nose and mouth.
Camby Mei King Se;Kiao Inthavong;Jiyuan Tu.
Inhalation Toxicology (2010)
Simulation of sprayed particle deposition in a human nasal cavity including a nasal spray device
K. Inthavong;Qinjiang Ge;Camby M.K. Se;W. Yang.
Journal of Aerosol Science (2011)
From CT Scans to CFD Modelling – Fluid and Heat Transfer in a Realistic Human Nasal Cavity
Kiao Inthavong;Jian Wen;Jiyuan Tu;Zhaofeng Tian.
Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics (2009)
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