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Multiscale Simulation of Blood Flow in Brain Arteries with an Aneurysm

@article{Grinberg2011MultiscaleSO,
  title={Multiscale Simulation of Blood Flow in Brain Arteries with an Aneurysm},
  author={Leopold Grinberg and Vitali A. Morozov and Dmitry A. Fedosov and Joseph A. Insley and Michael E. Papka and Kalyan Kumaran and George Em Karniadakis},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
  year={2011}
}
Multi-scale modeling of arterial blood flow can shed light on the interaction between events happening at micro- and meso-scales (i.e., adhesion of red blood cells to the arterial wall, clot formation) and at macro-scales (i.e., change in flow patterns due to the clot). Coupled numerical simulations of such multi-scale flow require state-of-the-art computers and algorithms, along with techniques for multi-scale visualizations. This animation presents results of studies used in the development… 

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