Experience in Using Titanium for Simulation of Immersed Boundary Biological Systems

  • Siu Man Yau
  • Published 2002


The Immersed Boundary Method is a numerical method developed by Charles Peskin and David McQueen of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences to simulate a class of biological systems [1]. The method is an effective way to simulate biological systems that can be represented by elastic fibers immersed in an incompressible fluid. Examples of such… (More)


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