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3. Conclusions The Tacx Neo Smart bicycle trainer allows users to simulate typical. and off-road riding as they run on the trainer. . Legacy Home bike trainers Bicycle trainers are devices designed to simulate training on a real bicycle. They were first used by military officers during World War I as an alternative to actual outdoor training. The invention of the bicycle trainer revolutionized the use of outdoor training, and with the introduction of power meters, many bicycle trainers became popular for indoor training, especially in the 1980s. Most bicycle trainers are still used for indoor training, though several new trainers have been introduced during the 21st century, especially during the TTT era. References Further reading External links Category:Cycle training Category:Bicycle trainingA flow sensing probe for blood flow measurement in small vessels, such as capillaries, is one of the most challenging and clinically important tasks of the cardiovascular field. Significant progress has been made towards the development of such a flow sensor for blood flow measurement. A critical element of these flow sensors is a needle-shaped probe, which is inserted through the vessel wall and positioned in the vessel lumen, such that the blood flow can be detected by measuring the deflection of the needle tip. By inserting the needle to the desired depth in the vessel and measuring the deflection of the needle tip, the velocity and/or rate of blood flow can be obtained. Flow sensing probes can be categorized into two broad categories: (i) microelectromechanical (MEMS) devices and (ii) other probes such as optical probes, acoustic probes, etc. However, the category of probes that measures flow from deflection of the needle's tip is the most popular. This category of probe is known as a flow probe. The flow probe has applications in both research and clinical settings. The first generation of flow probes was reported in the 1970s and early 1980s. These devices used piezoelectric materials to sense the movement of the needle tip. Examples of these first generation flow probes include the "Johnson" and "Cobe" flow probes. The major disadvantages of these flow probes are: (i) they require periodic calibration; (ii) they are relatively large and heavy; (iii) they have low sensitivity; (iv) their application is restricted to vessels with larger diameter; and (v) they are not suitable for chronic implantation. The second generation of flow probes

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