Posted by **aqaurius** on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 3:52pm.

Blood flows in an aorta of radius 4.62mm at 27.5cm/s. Calculate the volume flow rate.

Relevant equation

Q (volume flow) = [pi*R^4*(P2-P1)]/(8nL)

n=fluid viscosity

l=length

Tried converting them to.

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