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Effect of Endothelial Shear Stress on the Progression of Coronary Artery Disease, Vascular Remodeling, and In-Stent Restenosis in Humans: In Vivo 6-Month Follow-Up Study

- P. Stone, A. Coskun, +9 authors C. L. Feldman
- Medicine
- Circulation
- 29 July 2003

Background—Native atherosclerosis and in-stent restenosis are focal and evolve independently. The endothelium controls local arterial responses by transduction of shear stress. Characterization of… Expand

Determination of in vivo velocity and endothelial shear stress patterns with phasic flow in human coronary arteries: a methodology to predict progression of coronary atherosclerosis.

- C. L. Feldman, O. Ilegbusi, Z. Hu, R. Nesto, S. Waxman, P. Stone
- Medicine
- American heart journal
- 1 June 2002

BACKGROUND
Although the coronary arteries are equally exposed to systemic risk factors, coronary atherosclerosis is focal and eccentric, and each lesion evolves in an independent manner. Variations… Expand

Effects of curvature and stenosis-like narrowing on wall shear stress in a coronary artery model with phasic flow.

- V. A. Nosovitsky, O. Ilegbusi, J. Jiang, P. Stone, C. L. Feldman
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Computers and biomedical research, an…
- 15 February 1997

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A two-phase flow model for hydrogen evolution in an electrochemical cell

- Mahmut D. Mat, K. Aldas, O. Ilegbusi
- Chemistry
- 1 August 2004

Hydrogen evolution, flow field and current density distribution in an electrochemical cell are investigated with a two-phase flow model. The mathematical model involves solutions of transport… Expand

Patient-specific model of lung deformation using spatially dependent constitutive parameters

- O. Ilegbusi, B. Seyfi, Rafael Salvin
- Mathematics
- 30 July 2014

Breathing-induced spatially dependent lung deformation is predicted using patient-specific elastic properties with the contact–impact analysis model. The lung geometry is derived from 4D CT scan data… Expand

A comparison of predictions and measurements of kinematic mixing of two fluids in a 2D enclosure

- O. Ilegbusi, Mahmut D. Mat
- Mathematics
- 1 March 2000

Abstract Buoyancy driven mixing of two fluids in a 2D closed cavity is simulated with a two-fluid model. The predictions are compared with a set of experimental data. The experiment involves flow… Expand

Prediction of fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics of turbulent shear flows with a two-fluid model of turbulence

- O. Ilegbusi, D. B. Spalding
- Physics
- 1 April 1989

Abstract A two-fluid model of turbulence is employed to calculate velocity and temperature characteristics of turbulent boundary layer flows over a flat plate and in heated plane and axisymmetric… Expand

A Comparison of Experimentally Measured and Theoretically Calculated Velocity Fields in a Water Model of an Argon Stirred Ladle.

- O. Ilegbusi, J. Szekely, M. Iguchi, H. Takeuchi, Z. Morita
- Materials Science
- 15 April 1993

Application of a hybrid model of mushy zone to macrosegregation in alloy solidification

- Mahmut D. Mat, O. Ilegbusi
- Physics
- 2002

Abstract Solidification of an aqueous ammonium chloride (NH 4 Cl–H 2 O) solution inside a two-dimensional cavity is numerically investigated using a continuum mixture mathematical model. The mushy… Expand

Effect of gravity on subject-specific human lung deformation

- Behnaz Seyfi Noferest, Anand P. Santhanam, O. J. Ilegbusi
- Mathematics
- 2 January 2018

ABSTRACT A biomechanical model of human lung is developed and used to investigate the effect of gravity on lung deformation. The lung is assumed to behave as a poro-elastic medium with spatially… Expand