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000180282 245__ $$aActivation models for the numerical simulation of cardiac electromechanical interactions
000180282 260__ $$bSpringer$$c2013
000180282 269__ $$a2013
000180282 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000180282 520__ $$aThis contribution addresses the mathematical modeling and numerical approximation of the excitation-contraction coupling mechanisms in the heart. The main physiological issues are preliminarily sketched along with an extended overview to the relevant literature. Then we focus on the existing models for the electromechanical interaction, paying special attention to the active strain formulation that provides the link between mechanical response and electrophysiology. We further provide some critical insight on the expected mathematical properties of the model, the ability to provide physiological results, the accuracy and computational cost of the numerical simulations. The paper ends with a numerical experiment studying the electromechanical coupling on the anisotropic myocardial tissue.
000180282 700__ $$0242883$$aRuiz Baier, Ricardo$$g190276
000180282 700__ $$aAmbrosi, Davide
000180282 700__ $$aPezzuto, Simone
000180282 700__ $$0242887$$aRossi, Simone$$g200189
000180282 700__ $$0240286$$aQuarteroni, Alfio$$g118377
000180282 720_1 $$aHolzapfel, Gerhard$$eed.
000180282 720_1 $$0(EPFLAUTH)173998$$aKuhl, Ellen$$eed.$$g173998
000180282 773__ $$q189-201$$tComputer Models in Biomechanics: From Nano to Macro
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