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On a fluid-structure interaction problem for plaque growth

@inproceedings{Abels2021OnAF,
  title={On a fluid-structure interaction problem for plaque growth},
  author={Helmut Abels and Yadong Liu},
  year={2021}
}
We study a free-boundary fluid-structure interaction problem with growth, which arises from the plaque formation in blood vessels. The fluid is described by the incompressible Navier-Stokes equation, while the structure is considered as a viscoelastic incompressible neo-Hookean material. Moreover, the growth due to the biochemical process is taken into account. Applying the maximal regularity theory to a linearization of the equations, along with a deformation mapping, we prove the well… 

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