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Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method

Hayder M. Hasan, P. Nithiarasu, Perumal Nithiarasu Orcid Logo

Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, Volume: 82, Issue: 2

Swansea University Author: Perumal Nithiarasu Orcid Logo

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In this paper novel finite element algorithms for robustly solving flow equations of asystemic circulation are presented and compared. A novel, Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG)method is developed by adopting semi- and fully- implicit time discretisations to address the behaviourof blood flow in t...

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ISSN: 0370-0046
Published: 2016
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title Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method
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Perumal Nithiarasu
title_short Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method
title_full Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method
title_fullStr Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method
title_full_unstemmed Robust Finite Element Approaches to Systemic Circulation Using the Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG) Method
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description In this paper novel finite element algorithms for robustly solving flow equations of asystemic circulation are presented and compared. A novel, Locally Conservative Galerkin (LCG)method is developed by adopting semi- and fully- implicit time discretisations to address the behaviourof blood flow in the human circulatory system. These techniques are efficient for nonlinearsystem of equations used in blood flow models and achieve rapid convergence. Severalcomparisons are made between the methods to demonstrate the validity and stability of the currentnumerical models to solve the blood flow characteristics in a human body.
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