Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch

Rui Hung Kao, Wei Ling Chen, Chung Dann Kan, Tzong Shyng Leu

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Abstract

Aorta provides as the passageway for blood in supplying nutrients to human body is the vital organ for human. Whenever, aorta has pathologic change might be life threatening emergency due to massive blood loss. The most common encountering conditions are aortic aneurysm rupture and acute aortic dissection and the most lesions sites are located near the aortic arch. The etiology for these pathologic changes is closely related to the intra-aortic high-speed, high-pressure pulsatile blood flow. Study the blood flow and the hemodynamic change might help us to understand the pathologic change and further prevent its happening. Therefore, we tried to use the computational fluid dynamics methodology to understand the flow dynamics in the aorta crossing the aortic arch. The axial velocity profiles and secondary flow vectors were plotted at two time points during systolic phase. The primary axial flow velocity skewed from medial side of aorta to lateral side after pass through aortic arch and the secondary flow developed as counter-rotating vortices in the middle plane.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies
Pages119-122
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Jul 12
Event1st International Conference on Orange Technologies, ICOT 2013 - Tainan, Taiwan
Duration: 2013 Mar 122013 Mar 16

Publication series

NameICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies

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Other1st International Conference on Orange Technologies, ICOT 2013
CountryTaiwan
CityTainan
Period13-03-1213-03-16

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Arches
Blood
Secondary flow
Computer simulation
Dissection
Axial flow
Hemodynamics
Flow velocity
Nutrients
Computational fluid dynamics
Vortex flow

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computer Networks and Communications

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Kao, R. H., Chen, W. L., Kan, C. D., & Leu, T. S. (2013). Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch. In ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies (pp. 119-122). [6521172] (ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies). https://doi.org/10.1109/ICOT.2013.6521172
Kao, Rui Hung ; Chen, Wei Ling ; Kan, Chung Dann ; Leu, Tzong Shyng. / Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch. ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies. 2013. pp. 119-122 (ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies).
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Kao, RH, Chen, WL, Kan, CD & Leu, TS 2013, Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch. in ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies., 6521172, ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies, pp. 119-122, 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies, ICOT 2013, Tainan, Taiwan, 13-03-12. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICOT.2013.6521172

Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch. / Kao, Rui Hung; Chen, Wei Ling; Kan, Chung Dann; Leu, Tzong Shyng.

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Kao RH, Chen WL, Kan CD, Leu TS. Numerical simulation of blood flow crossing the aortic arch. In ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies. 2013. p. 119-122. 6521172. (ICOT 2013 - 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies). https://doi.org/10.1109/ICOT.2013.6521172