Biofluids and Biomaterials

Understanding flow and spatial effects on blood coagulation using computational fluid dynamics

Christian Biscombe, Dalton Harvie, Ineke Muir (CSL) and Steve Dower (CSL)

Christian performed an AMSI Internship in collaboration with CSL on this topic. AMSI Internships are a national Australian initiative designed specifically to partner Industry with relevant research expertise in Australian universities. The Internships run for typically 4 months and are intended to help industry address a specific issue by providing mathematical expertise from the intern and the academic supervisor.

Occluded femoral artery
Above: The initiation of clotting in response to surface bound tissue-factor (TF) at an occluded femoral artery branch. Mesh courtesy Marchandise et. al., Int. J. Numer. Meth. Biomed. Engng. 2010; 83:876–889


4 results
[4]Mechanical and Fluid Dynamical Characterization of 3d Porous Ceramic Material – Application to Baghdadite Scaffolds for Large Segmental Bone Defects (; ; ; ; and ), submitted to XXVI Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, . [bibtex]
[3]Steady-state corneal oxygen consumption profiles during contact lens wear ( and ), . [bibtex]
[2]Trabecular bone anisotropic permeability based on micro-ct imaging and upscaling of porescale fluid flow (; ; ; ; ; and ), . [bibtex]
[1]Steady-state oxygen consumption profiles in the cornea ( and ), . [bibtex]