Yuqi Wu

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Keywords: Fluid–structure interaction Blood flow models Resistive boundary condition Arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian framework Multilevel domain decomposition Preconditioning Parallel computing a b s t r a c t Computer modeling of blood flows in the arteries is an important and very challenging problem. In order to understand, computationally, the(More)
Direct numerical simulation of three-dimensional incompressible flows at high Reynolds number using the unsteady Navier-Stokes equations is challenging. In order to obtain accurate simulations, very fine meshes are necessary, and such simulations are increasingly important for modern engineering practices, such as understanding the flow behavior around high(More)
PolyA– RNAs have not been widely analyzed in human pre-implantation embryos due to the scarcity of materials. In particular, circular RNA (circRNA), a novel type of polyA– RNA, has not been characterized during human pre-implantation development. We systematically analyze polyA+ messenger RNAs (mRNAs) and polyA– RNAs in individual human oocytes and(More)
Due to the rapid advancement of supercomputing hardware, there is a growing interest in parallel algorithms for modeling the full three dimensional interaction between the blood flow and the arterial wall. In [4], Barker and Cai developed a parallel framework for solving fluid-structure interaction problems in two dimensions. In this paper, we extend the(More)
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