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- Miroslav Halilovic, Marko Vrh, Boris Stok
- Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
- 2009

The paper presents a simple but efficient new numerical scheme for the integration of nonlinear constitutive equations. Although it can be used for integration of system of algebraic and differential equations in general, the scheme is primarily developed for use with direct solution methods for solving boundary value problems, e.g. explicit dynamic… (More)

- Miroslav Halilovic, Marko Vrh, Boris Stok
- Engineering with Computers
- 2011

The article introduces, as a result of further development of the first-order scheme NICE, a simple and efficient higher-order explicit numerical scheme for the integration of a system of ordinary differential equations which is constrained by an algebraic condition (DAE). The scheme is based on the truncated Taylor expansion of the constraint equation with… (More)

- E D Faber, L A van den Broek, E E Oosterhuis, B P Stok, D K Meijer
- Drug delivery
- 1998

The pharmacokinetic behavior of the glucosidase inhibitor and antiviral compound JV-benzyl-1-deoxynojirimycin (BndNM) was studied in rats in vivo and in isolated perfused livers. BndNM is a more lipophilic derivative of the glucosidase inhibitor A'-methyl-1-deoxynojirimycin (MedNM). This was reflected in the n-octanol/Krebs partition coefficients, which… (More)

Pino Koc, Miroslav Halilovič, Boris Štok Original scientific paper Mechanical analyses of the Krško NPP primary system piping subjected to the restrained thermal expansion due to insufficient pipe shim clearances are addressed in the paper. Reduction of clearance between a pipe and respective pipe restraints preclude free thermal expansion of the pipe… (More)

- Tomaz Rojc, Boris Stok
- Simul. Pr. Theory
- 1997

- Janez Urevc, Iztok Žun, Milan Brumen, Boris Štok
- Journal of biomechanical engineering
- 2017

The purpose of this work is to predict the effect of impaired red blood cells (RBCs) deformability on blood flow conditions in human carotid artery bifurcation. First, a blood viscosity model is developed that predicts the steady-state blood viscosity as a function of shear rate, plasma viscosity, and mechanical (and geometrical) properties of RBC's.… (More)

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