R van Loon
R van Loon
Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering, ZCCE, College of Engineering, Swansea University
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Comparison of various fluid–structure interaction methods for deformable bodies
R van Loon, PD Anderson, FN van de Vosse, SJ Sherwin
Computers & structures 85 (11-14), 833-843, 2007
1672007
A fluid–structure interaction method with solid-rigid contact for heart valve dynamics
R van Loon, PD Anderson, FN van de Vosse
Journal of computational physics 217 (2), 806-823, 2006
1672006
A combined fictitious domain/adaptive meshing method for fluid–structure interaction in heart valves
R Van Loon, PD Anderson, J De Hart, FPT Baaijens
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 46 (5), 533-544, 2004
1392004
3D FE implementation of an incompressible quadriphasic mixture model
R Van Loon, JM Huyghe, MW Wijlaars, FPT Baaijens
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 57 (9), 1243-1258, 2003
862003
A three-dimensional fluid–structure interaction method for heart valve modelling
R Van Loon, PD Anderson, FPT Baaijens, FN Van de Vosse
Comptes Rendus Mecanique 333 (12), 856-866, 2005
502005
Towards computational modelling of aortic stenosis
R Van Loon
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 26 (3 …, 2010
472010
Modelling pipeline for subject‐specific arterial blood flow—a review
I Sazonov, SY Yeo, RLT Bevan, X Xie, R van Loon, P Nithiarasu
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 27 (12 …, 2011
452011
An improved baseline model for a human arterial network to study the impact of aneurysms on pressure‐flow waveforms
K Low, R van Loon, I Sazonov, RLT Bevan, P Nithiarasu
International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering 28 (12 …, 2012
442012
A comparison of fictitious domain methods appropriate for spectral/hp element discretisations
PEJ Vos, R Van Loon, SJ Sherwin
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (25-28), 2275-2289, 2008
412008
Application of a locally conservative Galerkin (LCG) method for modelling blood flow through a patient‐specific carotid bifurcation
RLT Bevan, P Nithiarasu, R Van Loon, I Sazonov, H Luckraz, A Garnham
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 64 (10‐12), 1274-1295, 2010
352010
Determining the combined effect of the lymphatic valve leaflets and sinus on resistance to forward flow
JT Wilson, R van Loon, W Wang, DC Zawieja, JE Moore Jr
Journal of biomechanics 48 (13), 3584-3590, 2015
312015
An implicit solver for 1D arterial network models
J Carson, R Van Loon
International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering 33 (7 …, 2017
252017
A novel method for non-invasively detecting the severity and location of aortic aneurysms
I Sazonov, AW Khir, WS Hacham, E Boileau, JM Carson, R van Loon, ...
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 16 (4), 1225-1242, 2017
242017
A comparative study of fractional step method in its quasi-implicit, semi-implicit and fully-explicit forms for incompressible flows
RLT Bevan, E Boileau, R van Loon, RW Lewis, P Nithiarasu
International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow, 2016
222016
A 3D method for modelling the fluid-structure interaction of heart valves
R van Loon
202005
Fluid–structure interaction in biomedical applications
R Van Loon, FN Van de Vosse
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 26 (3 …, 2010
142010
Data-driven modelling of the FRC network for studying the fluid flow in the conduit system
R Savinkov, A Kislitsyn, DJ Watson, R Van Loon, I Sazonov, M Novkovic, ...
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 62, 341-349, 2017
132017
Patient‐specific blood flow simulation through an aneurysmal thoracic aorta with a folded proximal neck
RLT Bevan, I Sazonov, PH Saksono, P Nithiarasu, R van Loon, H Luckraz, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 27 (8 …, 2011
112011
A data-driven model to study utero-ovarian blood flow physiology during pregnancy
J Carson, M Lewis, D Rassi, R Van Loon
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 18 (4), 1155-1176, 2019
102019
We all are porous media
JM Huyghe, R Van Loon, FTP Baaijens, PM Van Kemenade, TH Smit
102002
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