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Old   June 18, 2013, 05:14
Default coronary arteries-outlet: Windkessel model
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Dear all,

I would like to use kind of a windkessel model (or something similar) as outlet boundary conditions at my coronary artery model. Does anybody have experience with this? One huge problem I am facing is that I need parameters for the simulation of rest and hyperemia/exercise and I would like to include a stenosis in one artery which will influence the parameters as well.
Does anybody have experience with this problem and have values for those parameters or a reference at which I could have a glance at? And did somebody write an UDF for this problem?

Thanks a million for any help and idea!
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Old   October 19, 2015, 11:05
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Hi, did you find a solution? I've been trying a lot but I'm getting unrealistic values.
Thanks a lot!
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