• Materials Science
  • Published 2013

Three-color Hexagonal Finite Volume Methods With Application To PoissonEquation And Electrical Wave Propagation In Cardiac Tissue

@inproceedings{2013ThreecolorHF,
  title={Three-color Hexagonal Finite Volume Methods With Application To PoissonEquation And Electrical Wave Propagation In Cardiac Tissue},
  author={李天佑,田慧君 and Daniel Lee and Hui-Chun Tien},
  year={2013}
}
We consider in this work hexagonal finite volume methods for two-dimensional applications. Ordinary and compact seven-point schemes with three-color iterative updates are investigated with application to elliptic equations and reaction-diffusion systems. In particular, electrical activity of human ventricular tissue is observed. Monodomain model for human ventricular cell is used to simulate action membrane potential, and electrical wave propogation acrossing two dimensional myocardiac tissue… CONTINUE READING

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