CHeart is a scientific software application for simulating the physics of the human heart. CHeart is used to simulate the mechanical physics, fluid dynamics, and electrophysiology of the heart, allowing scientists and physicians to study the properties of the heart. CHeart combines fast, scaling code which leverages the most advanced supercomputing resources available, as well as the leading edge of GPU computational technologies. CHeart is a multi-disciplinary effort between scientists, physicians, and software engineers at the Biomedical Engineering Department of King’s College in London, UK.

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  1. Balmus, Maximilian; Hoffman, Johan; Massing, André; Nordsletten, David A.: A stabilized multidomain partition of unity approach to solving incompressible viscous flow (2022)
  2. Hessenthaler, Andreas; Falgout, Robert D.; Schroder, Jacob B.; de Vecchi, Adelaide; Nordsletten, David; Röhrle, Oliver: Time-periodic steady-state solution of fluid-structure interaction and cardiac flow problems through multigrid-reduction-in-time (2022)
  3. Balmus, Maximilian; Massing, André; Hoffman, Johan; Razavi, Reza; Nordsletten, David A.: A partition of unity approach to fluid mechanics and fluid-structure interaction (2020)
  4. Hessenthaler, Andreas; Balmus, Maximilian; Röhrle, Oliver; Nordsletten, David: A class of analytic solutions for verification and convergence analysis of linear and nonlinear fluid-structure interaction algorithms (2020)
  5. Zhang, Will; Capilnasiu, Adela; Sommer, Gerhard; Holzapfel, Gerhard A.; Nordsletten, David A.: An efficient and accurate method for modeling nonlinear fractional viscoelastic biomaterials (2020)
  6. Quarteroni, A.; Manzoni, A.; Vergara, C.: The cardiovascular system: mathematical modelling, numerical algorithms and clinical applications (2017)
  7. Lee, J.; Cookson, A.; Roy, I.; Kerfoot, E.; Asner, L.; Vigueras, G.; Sochi, T.; Deparis, S.; Michler, C.; Smith, N. P.; Nordsletten, D. A.: Multiphysics computational modeling in (\mathcalC\mathbfHeart) (2016)

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