Toshihiro Omori
Toshihiro Omori
Verified email at tohoku.ac.jp
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Reorientation of a nonspherical capsule in creeping shear flow
T Omori, Y Imai, T Yamaguchi, T Ishikawa
Physical review letters 108 (13), 138102, 2012
522012
Cell adhesion during bullet motion in capillaries
N Takeishi, Y Imai, S Ishida, T Omori, RD Kamm, T Ishikawa
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 311 (2 …, 2016
272016
Numerical methods for simulating blood flow at macro, micro, and multi scales
Y Imai, T Omori, Y Shimogonya, T Yamaguchi, T Ishikawa
Journal of biomechanics 49 (11), 2221-2228, 2016
262016
Hemodynamics in the microcirculation and in microfluidics
T Omori, Y Imai, K Kikuchi, T Ishikawa, T Yamaguchi
Annals of biomedical engineering 43 (1), 238-257, 2015
252015
Shear-induced diffusion of red blood cells in a semi-dilute suspension
T Omori, T Ishikawa, Y Imai, T Yamaguchi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 724, 154, 2013
242013
Upward swimming of a sperm cell in shear flow
T Omori, T Ishikawa
Physical Review E 93 (3), 032402, 2016
202016
A full GPU implementation of a numerical method for simulating capsule suspensions
D MATSUNAGA, Y IMAI, T OMORI, T ISHIKAWA, T YAMAGUCHI
Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering 9 (3), 14-00039-14-00039, 2014
182014
Numerical analysis of a red blood cell flowing through a thin micropore
T Omori, H Hosaka, Y Imai, T Yamaguchi, T Ishikawa
Physical review E 89 (1), 013008, 2014
162014
Membrane tension of red blood cells pairwisely interacting in simple shear flow
T Omori, T Ishikawa, Y Imai, T Yamaguchi
Journal of biomechanics 46 (3), 548-553, 2013
162013
Hydrodynamic interaction between two red blood cells in simple shear flow: its impact on the rheology of a semi-dilute suspension
T Omori, T Ishikawa, Y Imai, T Yamaguchi
Computational Mechanics 54 (4), 933-941, 2014
142014
Capture of microparticles by bolus flow of red blood cells in capillaries
N Takeishi, Y Imai
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
132017
Nodal cilia-driven flow: Development of a computational model of the nodal cilia axoneme
T Omori, H Sugai, Y Imai, T Ishikawa
Journal of biomechanics 61, 242-249, 2017
122017
Swimming mediated by ciliary beating: comparison with a squirmer model
H Ito, T Omori, T Ishikawa
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 874, 774-796, 2019
102019
Hemorheology in dilute, semi-dilute and dense suspensions of red blood cells
N Takeishi, ME Rosti, Y Imai, S Wada, L Brandt
arXiv preprint arXiv:1811.02286, 2018
102018
Visualization and Simulation of Complex Flows in Biomedical Engineering
R Lima, Y Imai, T Ishikawa, MSN Oliveira
Springer Netherlands, 2014
102014
Deformation of a red blood cell in a narrow rectangular microchannel
N Takeishi, H Ito, M Kaneko, S Wada
Micromachines 10 (3), 199, 2019
92019
Passive swimming of a microcapsule in vertical fluid oscillation
T Morita, T Omori, T Ishikawa
Physical Review E 98 (2), 023108, 2018
72018
Simulation of the nodal flow of mutant embryos with a small number of cilia: comparison of mechanosensing and vesicle transport hypotheses
T Omori, K Winter, K Shinohara, H Hamada, T Ishikawa
Royal Society open science 5 (8), 180601, 2018
72018
Swimming of spermatozoa in a maxwell fluid
T Omori, T Ishikawa
Micromachines 10 (2), 78, 2019
62019
Deformation of a micro-torque swimmer
T Ishikawa, T Tanaka, Y Imai, T Omori, D Matsunaga
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2016
62016
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