Michael A. Matheson

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We describe a project in the field of computational electrocardiology which requires visualization of complex, three-dimensional geometry and electric potential and current fields. Starting from magnetic resonance images from a healthy subject, we constructed a multisurfaced model of the human thorax, which we used as the basis for computational studies(More)
This visualization shows the results of the simulation of a Mach 4 flow into two cone nosed cylindrical bodies adjacent to a flat plate. The analysis was computed with a Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) code utilizing a Spalart-Allmaras Turbulent closure. The computational solution was conducted on a high resolution grid of one billion cells to allow(More)
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