Computational Cardiovascular Mechanics
Computational Cardiovascular Mechanics provides a cohesive guide to creating mathematical models for the mechanics of diseased hearts to simulate the effects of current treatments for heart failure. Clearly organized in a two part structure, this volume discusses various areas of computational modeling of cardiovascular mechanics (finite element modeling of ventricular mechanics, fluid dynamics) in addition to a description an analysis of the current applications used (solid FE modeling, CFD).
Edited by experts in the field, researchers involved with biomedical and mechanical engineering will find Computational Cardiovascular Mechanics a valuable reference.
Edited and authored by experts in the field, with both an engineering and clinical backgroundIdentifies key links between engineering tools and clinical applicationsFirst book to address this topic from a computational cardiac mechanics perspective