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The interest in lattice-Boltzmann models in the computational hemodynamics realm has increased in recent years. In this context, the correct choice of numerical parameters for the appropriate simulation of blood flows in major arteries is a crucial aspect. For this reason, we present three parameter-tuning strategies that allow us to reproduce correctly the… (More)

- G A Boroni, J Dottori, A Clausse, I Larrabide, M Kim, D B Taulbee +30 others
- 2015

The treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms (IA) with Flow Diverter (FD) stents is becoming more common every day. Therefore, there is a need for understanding their behavior in a predictive way. This paper presents the implementation and the application of a Lattice-Boltzman porous media model previously described, for modeling cerebro-vascular Flow Diverter… (More)

a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t The von Neumann linear analysis, restricted by a heuristic selection of wave-number vectors was applied to the search of explicit lattice Boltzmann schemes which exhibit more stability than existing methods. The relative stability of the family members of quasi-incompressible collision kernels, for the Navier–Stokes… (More)

- M Lazo, Garcia Bauza, G Boroni, A Clausse
- 2013

A method to simulate graphic animations of objects floating in a water surface in real time is presented. The fluid is simulated by means of the Lattice Boltzmann method for the shallow-waters equations and the movement of the floating objects is calculated with a Newtonian physical engine suitable for the mechanics of rigid bodies. A two-way interaction… (More)

- R Barbuzza, A Clausse
- 2011

The Metropolis Monte Carlo algorithm was applied to produce tomographic reconstructions from scarce projection data supplemented by prior information about the smoothness of the object. The prior information is represented by means of local energy functions, which are added to the projection error. The proposed prior function is an extension of previous… (More)

A method to infer the current density distribution in the current sheath of a plasma focus discharge from a magnetic probe is formulated and then applied to experimental data obtained in a 1.1 kJ device. Distortions on the magnetic probe signal caused by current redistribution and by a time-dependent total discharge current are considered simultaneously,… (More)

- G Boroni, P Lotito, A Clausse
- 2009

−− A new class of multistep methods for stiff ordinary differential equations is presented. The method is based in the application of estimation functions for the derivatives and the state variables, allowing the transformation of the original system in a purely algebraic system using the solutions of previous steps. From this point of view these methods… (More)

- G Boroni, P Lotito, A Clausse
- 2008

— In this paper we propose a new method based on adjoint systems for parametric sensitivity analysis of DAE's. This method is employed in a series of experiments, and the results are compared with the estimation of sensitivity by a finite differences method, widely used because of the simplicity of its implementation. In addition, we propose a method… (More)

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