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Title: Motion of red blood cells in a glass microchannel: a global optimization approach
Authors: Pinho, Diana
Pereira, Ana I.
Lima, R.
Keywords: Numerical optimization
Red blood cells
Global optimization
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Citation: Pinho, Diana; Pereira, Ana I.; Lima, R. (2009) - Motion of red blood cells in a glass microchannel: a global optimization approach. Numerical analysis and applied mathematics. Volume 1168 (2009). p.1362-1365.
Abstract: In this work we characterized the behavior of red blood cell motion through a glass microchannel. In this study we consider the radial displacement of forty red blood cells and use different functions to approximate the radial displacement of each of them, by means of global optimization using stretched simulated annealing method. Some numerical results are shown.
Description: Este artigo também deve ser anexado ao Departamento Tecnologia Mecânica, docente Rui Alberto Madeira Macedo Lima.
ISSN: 978-0-7354-0705-3
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