M. Christolis

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In composite arterial coronary grafts (CACGs), transport phenomena and geometry may considerably alter blood flow dynamics. CACGs aim at revascularizing pathological arteries according to the human anatomy. However, the exact mechanisms causing the failure of coronary bypass grafting are not yet well elucidated. In the present study, computational fluid(More)
This paper presents a comparative study of simulated blood flow in different configurations of simplified composite arterial coronary grafts (CACGs). Even though the composite arterial grafting is increasingly used in cardiac surgery, it is still questionable whether or not the blood flow in such grafts can adequately meet the demands of the native(More)
This paper presents a deterministic mathematical model, which simulates the time-dependent behavior of an oil spill near coastal zones. The model solves the full set of partial-differential equations that govern transient, two-phase, turbulent flow and heat/mass transfer phenomena. It is used for predicting the consequences of hypothetical oil spills that(More)
The most important characteristic of major chemical accidents, from a societal perspective, is their tendency to produce off-site effects. The extent and severity of the accident may significantly affect the population and the environment of the adjacent areas. Following an accident event, effort should be made to limit such effects. Management decisions(More)
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