Spanning biological, mathematical, computational, and engineering sciences, computational biofluiddynamics addresses a diverse family of problems involving fluid flow inside and around living organisms, organs, tissue, biological cells, and other biological materials. Computational Hydrodynamics of Capsules and Biological Cells provides a comprehen
Flow-Induced Deformation of Two-Dimensional Biconcave Capsules. Flow-Induced Deformation of Artificial Capsules. A High-Resolution Fast Boundary-Integral Method for Multiple Interacting Blood Cells. Simulating Microscopic Hemodynamics and Hemorheology with the Immersed-Boundary Lattice-Boltzmann Method. Front-Tracking Methods for Capsules, Vesicles, and Blood Cells. Dissipative Particle Dynamics Modeling of Red Blood Cells. Simulation of Red Blood Cell Motion in Microvessels and Bifurcations. Multiscale Modeling of Transport and Receptor-Mediated Adhesion of Platelets in the Bloodstream. Index.