BBB_experiment: 3D Computational experiment of blood-brain-barrier disruption experiment. It employs 2D axisymmetric Euler eqs with a Tammann EOS and new algorithms for the interface coupling. A Computational Experiment for Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption. This is the code to supplement the paper: ”Computational and in vitro studies of blast-induced blood-brain barrier disruption”. It is a 3D computational version of a blood-brain-barrier disruption experiment. It employs 2D axisymmetric Euler equations coupled with a Tammann equation of state. It includes implementations of new algorithms for the Lagrangian/Eulerian coupling of the air/water interfaces. The code is designed to work with the Clawpack 5 software. For more information visit the Clawpack webpage. The Clawpack software is open source, and the code is openly available at Clawpack on GitHub. Some of the main algorithms used in this project can be found in the book Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Problems.
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- Del Razo, M. J.; LeVeque, R. J.: Numerical methods for interface coupling of compressible and almost incompressible media (2017)
- Del Razo, Mauricio J.; LeVeque, Randall J.: Computational study of shock waves propagating through air-plastic-water interfaces (2016)
- del Razo, M. J.; Morofuji, Y.; Meabon, J. S.; Huber, B. R.; Peskind, E. R.; Banks, W. A.; Mourad, P. D.; LeVeque, R. J.; Cook, D. G.: Computational and in vitro studies of blast-induced blood-brain barrier disruption (2016)