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A version of lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) is presented in this work, which is derived from the standard LBM by using Taylor series expansion and optimized by the least squares method. The method is basically meshless, and can be applied to any complex geometry and nonuniform grids. It can also be applied to different lattice models. The proposed method… (More)

A two-dimensional particle image tracking velocimetry (PIV) system has been used to map the velocity vector fields and Reynolds stresses in the immediate downstream vicinity of a porcine bioprosthetic heart valve at the aortic root region in vitro under pulsatile flow conditions. Measurements were performed at five different time steps of the systolic phase… (More)

Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV), capable of providing full-field measurement of velocities and flow stresses, has become an invaluable tool in studying flow behaviour in prosthetic heart valves. This method was used to evaluate the performances of four prosthetic heart valves; a porcine bioprostheses, a caged ball valve, and two single leaflet tilting disc… (More)

Considering the fact that the compression work done by the pressure and the viscous heat dissipation can be neglected for the incompressible flow, and its relationship with the gradient term in the evolution equation for the temperature in the thermal energy distribution model, a simplified thermal energy distribution model is proposed. This thermal model… (More)

- Wai L. Lim, Yong T. Chew, Tuan C. Chew, Hong T. Low
- Annals of Biomedical Engineering
- 1997

Velocity profiles and Reynolds stresses downstream of heart valve prostheses are vital parameters in the study of hemolysis and thrombus formation associated with these valves. These parameters have previously been evaluated using single-point measurement techniques such as laser Doppler anemometry (LDA). The purpose of this study is to map the velocity… (More)

An explicit lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) is developed in this paper to simulate flows in an arbitrary geometry. The method is based on the standard LBM, Taylor-series expansion, and the least-squares approach. The final formulation is an algebraic form and essentially has no limitation on the mesh structure and lattice model. Theoretical analysis for the… (More)

We report two chaotic micromixers that exhibit fast mixing at low Reynolds numbers in this paper. Passive mixers usually use the channel geometry to stir the fluids, and many previously reported designs rely on inertial effects which are only available at moderate Re. In this paper, we propose two chaotic micromixers using two-layer crossing channels. Both… (More)

- H. T. Low, Y. T. Chew, S. H. Winoto, R. Chin
- Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing
- 1995

An experimental investigation has been made into the pressure/flow behaviour of a collapsible tube subjected to downstream pressure fluctuations. These downstream pressure waves are observed to be transmitted upstream beyond the point of collapse. The mean flow rate is not significantly affected by the amplitude or frequency of pressure fluctuations.… (More)

A method is proposed to construct an equilibrium density distribution function in the simulation of compressible flows at high Mach number by the lattice-Boltzmann method. In this method, the conventional Maxwellian distribution function is replaced by a circular function which is very simple and satisfies all needed statistical relations to recover the… (More)

Droplet behaviors on substrates with wettability controlled both in space and in time are numerically investigated by using the lattice Boltzmann method. Several typical droplet responses are found under different designs of substrate wettability control. Special attention is drawn to the conditions under which rapid transport of droplets can be achieved.… (More)