Computational particle-hemodynamics analysis and geometric reconstruction after carotid endarterectomy

@article{Hyun2001ComputationalPA,
  title={Computational particle-hemodynamics analysis and geometric reconstruction after carotid endarterectomy},
  author={S. Hyun and C. Kleinstreuer and J. P. Archie},
  journal={Computers in biology and medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={365-84}
}
Transient three-dimensional laminar incompressible dilute suspension flow in rigid in-plane carotid artery bifurcations has been solved with a user-enhanced finite-volume program. Instantaneous velocity vector and wall shear stress vector fields illustrate strong "disturbed flow" patterns. Implications of elevated surface contours of hemodynamic wall parameters, indicating such disturbed flows, and particle deposition sites are discussed and a relative comparison in terms of indicator functions… CONTINUE READING

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