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Biomedical fluid mechanics

There is an increasing evidence that bio-fluids motion is nearly turbulent, even at relatively low Reynolds numbers, mainly due to its three-dimensionality, pulsation and complexity of geometry.

Together with our colleagues and medical doctors we study fluid dynamics of pulsating, unsteady flows in complex geometries, assisting health professionals to understand better the effect of fluid motion and fluid-structure interaction in vascular diseases, body fluid drainage and other health issues.

We work with aorta flows, TAVI, valves, ventrical assisting devices, cerebrospinal fluid models, coronary trees, etc. Our speciality is in the three-dimensional, time varying flows and Lagrangian tracking. These are especially useful in transparent physical replica of complex human geometry.

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