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Blood Flow in Compliant Arteries: An Effective Viscoelastic Reduced Model, Numerics, and Experimental Validation
The focus of this work is on modeling blood flow in medium-to-large systemic arteries assuming cylindrical geometry, axially symmetric flow, and viscoelasticity of arterial walls. The aim was toExpand
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Fluid-structure interaction in blood flow capturing non-zero longitudinal structure displacement
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We present a new model and a novel loosely coupled partitioned numerical scheme modeling fluid-structure interaction (FSI) in blood flow allowing non-zero longitudinal displacement. Expand
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Modeling Viscoelastic Behavior of Arterial Walls and Their Interaction with Pulsatile Blood Flow
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A horizontal rotary table is provided and a mounting arm is supported above the table and generally parallels the latter. Expand
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Self-Consistent Effective Equations Modeling Blood Flow in Medium-to-Large Compliant Arteries
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We study the flow of an incompressible viscous fluid through a long tube with compliant walls. Expand
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DERIVATION AND JUSTIFICATION OF A CURVED ROD MODEL
A one-dimensional model of a curved rod is derived from the three-dimensional linearized elasticity. The model is obtained by taking the limit in the equilibrium equation of the three-dimensionalExpand
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Mechanical behavior of fully expanded commercially available endovascular coronary stents.
The mechanical behavior of endovascular coronary stents influences their therapeutic efficacy. Through computational studies, researchers can analyze device performance and improve designs. WeExpand
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Fluid–structure interaction between pulsatile blood flow and a curved stented coronary artery on a beating heart: A four stent computational study
Abstract This work focuses on fluid–structure interaction (FSI) between a curved (tortuous) coronary artery with an implanted stent, pulsatile blood flow, and heart contractions. The goal is toExpand
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FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION IN BLOOD FLOW
This is a joint work with Andro Mikelić (University of Lyon 1, France), Josip Tambača (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Giovanna Guidoboni (University of Houston, USA), Dr. Craig Hartley (BaylorExpand
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Derivation and Justification of the Models of Rods and Plates From Linearized Three-Dimensional Micropolar Elasticity
In this paper we derive and mathematically justify models of micropolar rods and plates from the equations of linearized micropolar elasticity. Derivation is based on the asymptotic techniques withExpand
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One-dimensional approximations of the eigenvalue problem of curved rods
In this work we analyse the asymptotic behaviour of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of the linearized elasticity eigenvalue problem of curved rod-like bodies with respect to the small thickness ϵ ofExpand
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