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A Review on Fluid Simulation Method for Blood Flow Representation

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This chapter provides a review on fluid simulation methods that involved in blood flow simulation. Fundamental of fluid simulation methods are described briefly. The primary factors describing the popular techniques are analyzed in detail and the advantage and disadvantage are also been reported. The aim of this chapter is to categorize methodologically all the current methods used in real-time blood flow simulation. Despite the variety and number of existing methods, there are still demands for new simulation technique with a mission to provide better information. Good visual understanding about blood flow will aid clinician, engineer and researcher during the diagnosis and prognosis in clinical pathology as well as the assessment of risk and follow-up findings with blood flow related diseases.

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The authors would like to express their deepest gratitude to Research Management Center (RMC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and Ministry of Education Malaysia (MOE) for their financial support under Flagship IJN-UTM, GUP, (Vot number Q.J130000.2428.01G75).

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Mokhtar, M.K., Mohamed, F., Zamri, M.N., Sunar, M.S., Chand, S.J.H. (2015). A Review on Fluid Simulation Method for Blood Flow Representation. In: Lai, K., Octorina Dewi, D. (eds) Medical Imaging Technology. Lecture Notes in Bioengineering. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-540-2_6

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