Roberto Croce

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For the manufacturing of composite materials with textile reinforcement , the permeability of the textile is a key characteristic. Using the law of Darcy, permeability can be derived from a numerical simulation of the fluid flow, i.e. by solving the Navier-Stokes or Brinkman equations. In this paper we present the results of simulations with two different(More)
Organogenesis has been studied for decades, but fundamental questions regarding the control of growth and shape remain unsolved. We have recently shown that of all proposed mathematical models only ligand-receptor based Turing models successfully reproduce the experimentally determined growth fields of the embryonic lung and thus provide a mechanism for(More)
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