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Tightly Coupled Atomistic-Continuum Simulations of Brain Blood Flow on Petaflop Supercomputers
Found in: Computing in Science & Engineering
By Leopold Grinberg,Joseph A. Insley,Dmitry A. Fedosov,Vitali Morozov,Michael E. Papka,George Em Karniadakis
Issue Date:November 2012
pp. 58-67
Several advances on the mathematical, computational, and visualization fronts have led to the first truly multiscale simulation and visualization of a realistic biological system.
 
A new computational paradigm in multiscale simulations: application to brain blood flow
Found in: SC Conference
By Leopold Grinberg,Joseph A. Insley,Vitali Morozov,Michael E. Papka,George Em Karniadakis,Dmitry Fedosov,Kalyan Kumaran
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 1-5
Interfacing atomistic-based with continuum-based simulation codes is now required in many multiscale physical and biological systems. We present the computational advances that have enabled the first multiscale simulation on 190,740 processors by coupling ...
 
Blood flow: multi-scale modeling and visualization
Found in: Proceedings of the 2011 companion on High Performance Computing Networking, Storage and Analysis Companion (SC '11 Companion)
By Bruce Caswell, Geroge Em Karniadakis, Leopold Grinberg, Michael E. Papka, Vitali Morozov, Dmitry A. Fedosov, Joseph A. Insley
Issue Date:November 2011
pp. 139-140
Multi-scale modeling of arterial blood flow can shed light on the interaction between events happening at micro- and meso-scales (i.e., adhesion of red blood cells to the arterial wall, clot formation) and at macro-scales (i.e., change in flow patterns due...
     
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