The goal of this hands-on software Short Course is to expose participants to a variety of novel functionalities for advanced simulation of cardiovascular multi-physics, using the open-source framework CRIMSON (www.crimson.software). The anticipated target audience of this Short Course is any researcher interested in multi-physics cardiovascular modeling and transport areas.
The Short Course will consist of four learning modules, see table below.
Module I: In the first module, we will provide a demonstration of CRIMSON’s GUI, including how to process medical image data, import geometric models created with CAD software, perform mesh generation, specify boundary conditions, and run simulations.
Module II: Dynamically-adapting inflow and outflow boundary conditions to simulate cardiovascular regulation and control.
Module III: Simulation of transport of multiple scalar species coupled with flow.
Module IV: Particle-laden flow simulations using an Euler-Lagrange approach on unstructured grids, where particle-fluid and particle-particle interactions are included.