Numerical Simulation of Pressure Drops from Patient-Specific 4D MRIs

This research project aims to consider the full Navier-Stokes equations in a FE analysis. The velocity data from MRI scans will be taken into account via a weak imposition of boundary conditions for the velocity field. An algorithm will be implemented to project the 4D MRI data into a FE space and the advanced FE code Gridap will be utilised and developed upon to simulate patient-specific pressure drops. The credibility of the results will then be analysed.

Connor Mallon

Monash University

Connor Mallon is currently completing a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours). With a long history of a passion for mathematics, his research interests have been slowly refined to applied mechanics and finite-element analysis. He has experience working in the industry as a structural engineer and wants to bridge the gap between mathematics and engineering.

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