An efficient method for the numerical solution of blood flow in 3D bifurcated regions

Luis Alonso Mansilla Alvarez, Pablo Javier Blanco, Raúl Antonino Feijóo

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From the point of view of the potential clinical use of computational hemodynamic, it is mandatory to get the computational time of simulation each time closer to real clinical needs. Spending hours and even days to solve accurately one single cardiac cycle of the whole cardiovascular system is unfeasible on daily practice. In this sense, in this work we study the transversally enriched pipe element method (TEPEM) as an effective alternative to solve the Navier-Stokes equations in bifurcated domains with enough accuracy to provide clinically relevant information but at a significantly reduced time.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/03.2018.006.01.0312

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