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“…This ongoing scientific work has resulted in a broad range of available biomechanical indices. However, the results of the analytical methods are influenced by the inputs (imaging and segmentation method 30,31 ), wall properties (tensile strength 32,33 and inclusion of ILT and calcifications 20,34 ), and the boundary conditions (pressure configuration, 35,36 AAA contact points, 37 flow conditions 38 ). Therefore, careful and consistent selection is needed to get the most accurate and clinically valuable results.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This ongoing scientific work has resulted in a broad range of available biomechanical indices. However, the results of the analytical methods are influenced by the inputs (imaging and segmentation method 30,31 ), wall properties (tensile strength 32,33 and inclusion of ILT and calcifications 20,34 ), and the boundary conditions (pressure configuration, 35,36 AAA contact points, 37 flow conditions 38 ). Therefore, careful and consistent selection is needed to get the most accurate and clinically valuable results.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The kernel width is 0.002 m, equal to the mean size of the sides of the boundary triangles tb of the aortic wall. This implies that the initial average distance between neighboring particles is 0.001 m. According to the analysis reported in Appendix A, this choice represents a compromise between computational efficiency and accuracy and is quite similar to the space discretization adopted in the work of Josza and Paal …”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Another important advantage of the proposed procedure is that it does not require any individual calibration of the vessel wall parameters and does not depend on the many simplifying assumptions proper to the fluid‐structure‐interaction (FSI) studies. These assumptions include the choice of the wall material model (eg, nonlinear hyperelastic Neo‐Hookean or Mooney‐Rivlin, eg, Józsa and Paál, Scotti and Finol, and Drewe et al), the values of the constitutive parameters, the isotropy of the wall material, the uniformity, and the value of the thickness of the vessel wall.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As the state-of-the-art, combining computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations and finite element modeling (FEM) tools, it is possible to consider the mutual interplay between the fluid and solid phase through fluid structure interaction (FSI) simulations (Di Martino et al, 2001;Leung et al, 2006;Józsa and Paál, 2014).…”
Section: Motivationmentioning
confidence: 99%