A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction

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Abstract

In aortic dissection, the layers composing the aorta rupture, allowing blood to enter the vessel wall. This process is modeled applying a monolithic fluid‐structure interaction framework, formulating the Navier‐Stokes equations for incompressible flows as well as the mixed finite strain elastodynamics equations in the Lagrangian frame of reference. Continuous test‐ and trial function spaces are employed in the whole domain, rendering the coupling straightforward. Within this contribution, a predefined function indicating failure is used to convert solid to fluid elements, thereby mimicing tissue rupture.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
PublisherWiley
Number of pages2
Volume19
Edition1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Sep 2019
EventGAMM 2019: 90th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 18 Feb 201922 Feb 2019

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ConferenceGAMM 2019
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period18/02/1922/02/19

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Schussnig, R., & Fries, T. P. (2019). A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction. In Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (1 ed., Vol. 19). [e201900100] Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201900100

A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction. / Schussnig, Richard; Fries, Thomas Peter.

Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. Vol. 19 1. ed. Wiley, 2019. e201900100.

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Schussnig, R & Fries, TP 2019, A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction. in Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 1 edn, vol. 19, e201900100, Wiley, GAMM 2019, Vienna, Austria, 18/02/19. https://doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201900100
Schussnig R, Fries TP. A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction. In Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 1 ed. Vol. 19. Wiley. 2019. e201900100 https://doi.org/10.1002/pamm.201900100
Schussnig, Richard ; Fries, Thomas Peter. / A concept for aortic dissection with fluid‐structure‐crack interaction. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. Vol. 19 1. ed. Wiley, 2019.
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