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On Efficiency of Parallel Solvers for the Blood Flow through Aortic Valve

    Vadimas Starikovičius Affiliation
    ; Arnas Kačeniauskas Affiliation
    ; Algirdas Maknickas Affiliation
    ; Eugeniuš Stupak Affiliation
    ; Ruslan Pacevič Affiliation
    ; Miglė Staškūnienė Affiliation
    ; Giedrius Davidavičius Affiliation

Abstract

Mathematical modelling of cardiac haemodynamics presents a great challenge to the computational scientists due to numerous numerical issues and required computational resources. In this paper, we study the parallel performance of 3D simulation software for the blood flow through the aortic valve. The fluid flow problem with the open aortic valve leaflets is formulated and solved in parallel. The choice between the segregated and coupled numerical schemes is discussed and investigated. We present and compare the parallel performance results of both types of parallel solvers. We investigate their strong and weak scalability.

Keyword : parallel efficiency, parallel algorithms, Reynolds–averaged Navier–Stokes equations, segregated and coupled schemes, flow through aortic valve

How to Cite
Starikovičius, V., Kačeniauskas, A., Maknickas, A., Stupak, E., Pacevič, R., Staškūnienė, M., & Davidavičius, G. (2017). On Efficiency of Parallel Solvers for the Blood Flow through Aortic Valve. Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 22(5), 601-616. https://doi.org/10.3846/13926292.2017.1339642
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