Individual Research Project 12

Image guided navigation technology in endovascular interventions: advanced CAE tools and mesh morphing

Eirini Kardampiki – ESR 12
The goal for ESR 12 consists in supporting and improving the navigation technologies implemented by ESR11 by further adding and developing supporting technological components. The physical models manufactured during the ESR11 activities will be used to generate the computational models and run detailed CFD simulations (as part of the Digital Twin) with the aim to predict the flow field in function of the dynamic anatomical deformation. In particular, the latter could be caused by movements/respiration as well as to instrument manipulations (endovascular catheters), and it will be numerically handled either through radial basis functions (RBF), mesh morphing or exploiting specific features of the adopted CFD solver (e.g. 6 degree of freedom models).

Expected Results

  • New technological components of the navigation technologies implemented by ESR11.
  • CAE tools for generating computational (CFD) models, part of the Digital Twin.
  • Results from the use of RBF models for dynamic anatomical deformations.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 859836
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