References Using the Nozzle data
Others are building on this work. Here is a list of references by others using the Nozzle Model (that we are aware of as of 03/15/2017). If you have published or presented a study using this model (or know of one not listed below) please let us know.
1. Zmijanovic, V, S Mendez, V Moureau and F Nicoud: About the numerical robustness of biomedical benchmark cases: Interlaboratory FDA’s idealized medical device. Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng 2016
2. Fabritious: Application of Genetic Algorithms to Problems in Computational Fluid Dynamics, University of Exeter, 2014
3. Janiga, G: Large eddy simulation of the FDA benchmark nozzle for a Reynolds number of 6500. Comput Biol Med 47: 113-9, 2014
4. Trias M, Arbona A, Masso J, Minano B, Bona C: FDA’s nozzle numerical simulation challenge: Non-Newtonian fluid effects and blood damage. PLoS One 9: e92638, 2014
5. Bhushan, S, DK Walters and GW Burgreen: Laminar, Turbulent, and Transitional Simulations in Benchmark Cases with Cardiovascular Device Features. Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology 4: 408-426, 2013
6. Walters, DK., Bhushan, S., Alam, MF., and Thompson, DS. (2013), Investigation of a Dynamic Hybrid RANS/LES Modelling Methodology for Finite-Volume CFD Simulations. Flow Turbulence Combust.. doi: 1 0.1007/s10494-013-9481-9
7. Delorme, YT, K Anupindi and SH Frankel: Large Eddy Simulation of FDA’s Idealized Medical Device. Cardiovasc Eng Technol 4: 2013
8. Passerini, T, A Quaini, U Villa, A Veneziani and S Canic: Validation of an open source framework for the simulation of blood flow in rigid and deformable vessels. Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng 29: 1192-213, 2013
9. White, AT and CK Chong: Rotational invariance in the three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann method is dependent on the choice of lattice. Journal of Computational Physics 230: 6367-6378, 2011
10. Down, LA. (2011), Computational investigations of red blood cell mechanical trauma and of diseased renal artery hemodynamics, PhD dissertation, Univ. of Oklahoma.