A reduced-order model based on the coupled 1D-3D finite element simulations for an efficient analysis of hemodynamics problems
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European Commisision's projectREALTIME - Real Time Computational Mechanics Techniques for Multi-Fluid Problems (EC-FP7-246643)
A reduced-order model for an efficient analysis of cardiovascular hemodynamics problems using multiscale approach is presented in this work. Starting from a patient-specific computational mesh obtained by medical imaging techniques, an analysis methodology based on a two-step automatic procedure is proposed. First a coupled 1D-3D Finite Element Simulation is performed and the results are used to adjust a reduced-order model of the 3D patient-specific area of interest. Then, this reduced-order model is coupled with the 1D model. In this way, three-dimensional effects are accounted for in the 1D model in a cost effective manner, allowing fast computation under different scenarios. The methodology proposed is validated using a patient-specific aortic coarctation model under rest and non-rest conditions
CitationSoudah, E. [et al.]. A reduced-order model based on the coupled 1D-3D finite element simulations for an efficient analysis of hemodynamics problems. "Computational Mechanics", Maig 2014, p. 1-10.