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Project Acronym: myAirCoach
Title: Analysis, modelling and sensing of both physiological and environmental factors for the customized and predictive self-management of Asthma
Affiliation: centre of research and technology hellas
Pi: Dimitrios Tzovaras
Research Field: physiology and medicine

Numerical assessment of airflow and inhaled particles attributes in obstructed pulmonary system
by A. Lalas, D. Kikidis, K. Votis, D. Tzovaras, S. Verbanck, S. Nousias, A. Lalos, K. Moustakas and O. Usmani
Abstract:
Geometry contraction algorithms are introduced in this work to implement the diverse respiratory configurations of lung related diseases associated with airways obstructions. In addition, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques along with fluid particle tracing (FPT) methods are utilized to efficiently evaluate the behavior of the airflow during the inhalation period, as well as to clarify the features of the inhaled particles in terms of regional deposition. Useful deductions are drawn regarding personalized medication in obstructed conditions.
Reference:
Numerical assessment of airflow and inhaled particles attributes in obstructed pulmonary system (A. Lalas, D. Kikidis, K. Votis, D. Tzovaras, S. Verbanck, S. Nousias, A. Lalos, K. Moustakas and O. Usmani), In 2016 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM), volume , 2016.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{7822588,
 author = {A. Lalas and D. Kikidis and K. Votis and D. Tzovaras and S. Verbanck and S. Nousias and A. Lalos and K. Moustakas and O. Usmani},
 booktitle = {2016 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM)},
 title = {Numerical assessment of airflow and inhaled particles attributes in obstructed pulmonary system},
 year = {2016},
 bibyear = {2016},
 volume = {},
 number = {},
 pages = {606-612},
 abstract = {Geometry contraction algorithms are introduced in this work to implement the diverse respiratory configurations of lung related diseases associated with airways obstructions. In addition, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques along with fluid particle tracing (FPT) methods are utilized to efficiently evaluate the behavior of the airflow during the inhalation period, as well as to clarify the features of the inhaled particles in terms of regional deposition. Useful deductions are drawn regarding personalized medication in obstructed conditions.},
 doi = {10.1109/BIBM.2016.7822588},
 issn = {},
 month = {Dec},
}