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How human respiratory physiology and the transport phenomena associated with inhaled airflow in the upper airway proceed to impact transmission of SARSCoV2, leading to the initial infection, stays an open question. An answer can help determine the susceptibility of an individual on exposure to a COVID2019 carrier and can also provide a preliminary projection of the stillunknown infectious dose for the disease. Computational fluid mechanics enabled tracking of respiratory transport in medical imagingbased anatomic domains shows that the regional deposition of virusladen inhaled droplets at the initial nasopharyngeal infection site peaks for the droplet size range of approximately 2.5–19
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 2028069
 NSFPAR ID:
 10218447
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 Nature Publishing Group
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 Scientific Reports
 Volume:
 11
 Issue:
 1
 ISSN:
 20452322
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 National Science Foundation
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