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Dynamic Performance Evaluation of Blood Flow Simulator Based on Windkessel Models
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Dynamic Performance Evaluation of Blood Flow Simulator Based on Windkessel Models
Chun, Sejong; Jin, Jonghan;
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 Abstract
A blood flow simulator is one of the experimental devices used to better understand the cardiovascular system. Time-Domain analysis is not sufficient to understand the cardiovascular system because of the effects related to pulsating flows. Even when the mean pressure and mean flow rate of the blood flow simulators are satisfied, the dynamic properties can differ from the desired performance. In this paper, the Windkessel model, a well-known mathematical model of the cardiovascular system, was employed to obtain optimized pressure using initial values. The Windkessel parameters, including flow resistance, R, are expected to lead to a better understanding of the dynamic behavior of cardiovascular systems.
 Keywords
Blood flow simulator;Blood pump;Windkessel model;
 Language
Korean
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