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In vitro validation of computational fluid dynamic simulation in human proximal airways with hyperpolarized 3He magnetic resonance phase-contrast velocimetry

In vitro validation of computational fluid dynamic simulation in human proximal airways with hyperpolarized 3He magnetic resonance phase-contrast velo

In vitro validation of computational fluid dynamic simulation in human proximal airways with hyperpolarized 3He magnetic resonance phase-contrast velocimetry   (Citations: 15)
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Journal: Journal of Applied Physiology - J APPL PHYSIOL , vol. 102, no. 5, pp. 2012-2023, 2007
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    • ...2007; Freitas and Schröder 2008), for example, with respect to secondary vortexes, although the patient-specific airway models used in their study and our study are different...

    T. Mikiet al. Patient-specific modelling of pulmonary airflow using GPU cluster for ...

    • ...2007; Freitas and Schröder 2008), for example, with respect to secondary vortexes, although the patient-specific airway models used in their study and our study are different...

    T. Mikiet al. Patient-specific modelling of pulmonary airflow using GPU cluster for ...

    • ...complexity of questions and high-cost, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation has become a powerful and often indispensible tool for studying airflow in realistic and complicated airway geometry[3, 37, 41-45]...
    • ...For example, Rochefort et al. [42] carried out both experimental study and CFD simulation on the same human proximal airways, and they found the velocity agreement between measurement and calculation was within 3%. Main and secondary 462 Y. Di et al...

    Yijuan Diet al. Modeling of the Human Bronchial Tree and Simulation of Internal Airflo...

    • ...The original 3D surface geometry is the same used in [14, 13], and it was reconstructed, from CRT medical images, using a marching cube-base adaptive approach (see [14] for more details) ...
    • ...At the peak of inspiration we obtain a typical M-shape after the first bifurcation (see [13] where steady state simulations and experiments are performed on the same geometry)...

    L. Bafficoet al. Multiscale modelling of the respiratory tract

    • ...Using this approach, de Rochefort and coworkers performed a threedimensional numerical validation of air flow in a model of a pulmonary system under steady inspiration and extracted velocity maps down to the fourth airway generation using 3He MRI and the corresponding CFD model over a period of a few seconds (47)...

    Kiarash Emamiet al. Quantitative Assessment of Lung Using Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonanc...

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