Items where Author is "EINLY, LIM"

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EINLY, LIM (2015) Classification of Implantable Rotary Blood Pump States with Class Noise. IEEE J Biomed Health Inform.

EINLY, LIM (2015) Motion corrected LV quantification based on 3D modelling for improved functional assessment in cardiac MRI. Phys Med Biol.

EINLY, LIM (2015) Regional assessment of LV wall in infarcted heart using tagged MRI and cardiac modelling. Phys Med Biol.

EINLY, LIM (2014) A perspective review on numerical simulations of hemodynamics in aortic dissection. Scientific World Journal, 652520 (1). p. 12.

EINLY, LIM (2014) Hemodynamic response to exercise and head-up-tilt of patients implanted with a rotary blood pump: a computational modelling study. Artificial Organs, - (-). -.

EINLY, LIM (2013) A perspective review on numerical simulations of hemodynamics in aortic dissection.

EINLY, LIM (2013) A Sliding Mode Based Starling-like Controller for Implantable Rotary Blood Pumps.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Effect of Spatial Inlet Velocity Profiles on the Vortex Formation Pattern in a Dilated Left Ventricle.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Evaluation of suction detection during different pumping states in an implantable rotary blood pump.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Numerical investigation of the effect of cannula placement on thrombosis.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Review on CFD simulation in heart with dilated cardiomyopathy and myocardial infarction.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Sensitivity analysis of left ventricle with dilated cardiomyopathy in fluid structure simulation.

EINLY, LIM (2013) Starling-Like Flow Control of a Left Ventricular Assist Device: In Vitro Validation.

EINLY, LIM (2013) The impact of the number of tears in patient- specific Stanford Type B aortic dissecting aneurysm: CFD simulation.

EINLY, LIM (2012) Effect of Parameter Variations on the Hemodynamic Response Under Rotary Blood Pump Assistance.

EINLY, LIM (2010) Noninvasive Activity-based Control of an Implantable Rotary Blood Pump: Comparative Software Simulation Study. E34-E45.

EINLY, LIM (2010) Sensorless estimation of inlet pressure in an implantable rotary blood pump for heart failure patients. Electronics Letters, 46 (7). pp. 481-483.

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