"Modeling of Soft Tissues Interacting with Fluid (Blood or Air) Using the Immersed Finite Element Method"
written by Lucy T. Zhang,
published by Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, Vol.7 No.3, 2014
has been cited by the following article(s):
  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
[1] An Eulerian-Lagrangian-Lagrangian method for solving fluid-structure interaction problems with bulk solids
[2] An Eulerian-Lagrangian-Lagrangian method for 2D fluid-structure interaction problem with a thin flexible structure immersed in fluids
[3] Modeling of slightly-compressible isentropic flows and compressibility effects on fluid-structure interactions
[4] Reconstruction of vocal fold scarring with mesenchymal stromal cell therapy
[5] An Eulerian–Lagrangian–Lagrangian method for solving thin moving rigid body immersed in the fluid
[6] The Perfectly Matched Layer absorbing boundary for fluid–structure interactions using the Immersed Finite Element Method
Journal of Fluids and Structures, 2018
[7] A numerical method for interaction problems between fluid and membranes with arbitrary permeability for fluid
Journal of Computational Physics, 2017
[8] Evaluation of aerodynamic characteristics of a coupled fluid-structure system using generalized Bernoulli's principle: An application to vocal folds vibration
Journal of Coupled Systems and Multiscale Dynamics, 2016
[9] Immersed Boundary Models for Quantifying Flow-Induced Mechanical Stimuli on Stem Cells Seeded on 3D Scaffolds in Perfusion Bioreactors
PLOS Computational Biology, 2016
[10] Fully-coupled aeroelastic simulation with fluid compressibility—For application to vocal fold vibration
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2016
[11] Numerical study of laryngeal airflow dynamics and voiced phonation
ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2016