Numerical Methods for Fluid – Structure Interaction Models of Aortic Valves

@inproceedings{Marom2015NumericalMF,
  title={Numerical Methods for Fluid – Structure Interaction Models of Aortic Valves},
  author={Gil Marom},
  year={2015}
}
In the recent years, fluid structure interaction (FSI) models of the aortic valve and root have become increasingly common for two main reasons. The medical reason is that millions of patients suffer from aortic valve disorders. The second reason is that this challenging problem combines several fields of computationalmechanics. The key motive for these modeling attempts is their potential to shed light on phenomena that cannot be captured in experiments or in simplified models of solely… CONTINUE READING
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