Application of Navier-Stokes Equation in the Determination of the Velocity Profile of Constitutive Carrier Wave in a Visco-Elastic Blood Circulating System of HIV/AIDS Infected Person

  • Erhietovwe Akpata University of Benin, Benin city, Nigeria
Keywords: Constitutive Carrier Wave, Newtonian, Navier-Stokes Equation, Host Wave, Parasitic Wave, Raising Multiplier and HIV/AIDS

Abstract

The general understanding of the literature of clinical diseases is that the HIV attacks and feeds on the active cells that make up the human immune system. However, this process is associated with the gradual depletion and weakening of the active cells thereby resulting in a breakdown in the biological performance of the human system. This is a very correct statement but not a unique understanding. There is also a cause (vibration) that gives the HIV its own intrinsic characteristics, activity and existence. It is not the Human system that gives the HIV its life and existence, since the HIV itself is an active living organism and with its own peculiar wave characteristics even before it enters the system of Man. It is the vibration of an unknown force that causes life and existence. Therefore, for any active matter to exist it must possess vibration and vibration produces wave. The human heart stands as a transducer of this vibration. Fortunately, the blood stands as a means of conveying this vibration to all units of the human system. In this work, therefore, we primarily seek to determine the vibratory wave characteristics that are peculiar to both Man and the HIV. The spectrum of the velocity profile conveyed by the constituted carrier wave is characterised by the predominance of the radial velocity and with minimal contribution from the angular velocity. The characteristic spectrum of the velocities shows that within 21 hours after infection with HIV, the biological system of Man must imaginarily recognize and react to the interference of a strange velocity-like body whose influence may be destructive or constructive as the case may be. However, the recuperative inbuilt factor in the human system initially tends to annul this effect and renormalizes the frequency of vibration until it finally goes to zero after a specified time. It is also shown in this work that the radial and the angular velocity are oppositely related.

Author Biography

Erhietovwe Akpata, University of Benin, Benin city, Nigeria

Department of Physics, University of Benin, Benin city, P. M. B. 1154, Edo State, Nigeria

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Published
2018-08-29
Section
Research Articles