Reduced order methods for parametric optimal flow control in coronary bypass grafts, toward patient‐specific data assimilation

  title={Reduced order methods for parametric optimal flow control in coronary bypass grafts, toward patient‐specific data assimilation},
  author={Zakia Zainib and Francesco Ballarin and Stephen E. Fremes and Piero Triverio and Laura Jim'enez-Juan and Gianluigi Rozza},
  journal={International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering},
  • Zakia ZainibF. Ballarin G. Rozza
  • Published 4 November 2019
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering
Coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG) surgery is an invasive procedure performed to circumvent partial or complete blood flow blockage in coronary artery disease. In this work, we apply a numerical optimal flow control model to patient‐specific geometries of CABG, reconstructed from clinical images of real‐life surgical cases, in parameterized settings. The aim of these applications is to match known physiological data with numerical hemodynamics corresponding to different scenarios, arisen by… 

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