Lampros Mountrakis
Lampros Mountrakis
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TitleCited byYear
Where do the platelets go? A simulation study of fully resolved blood flow through aneurysmal vessels
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
Interface focus 3 (2), 20120089, 2013
392013
Parallel performance of an IB-LBM suspension simulation framework
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, O Malaspinas, S Alowayyed, B Chopard, ...
Journal of computational science 9, 45-50, 2015
382015
Scaling of shear-induced diffusion and clustering in a blood-like suspension
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 114 (1), 14002, 2016
182016
Validation of an efficient two-dimensional model for dense suspensions of red blood cells
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
International Journal of Modern Physics C 25 (12), 1441005, 2014
152014
Revisiting the use of the immersed-boundary lattice-Boltzmann method for simulations of suspended particles
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
Physical Review E 96 (1), 013302, 2017
132017
Towards the virtual artery: a multiscale model for vascular physiology at the physics–chemistry–biology interface
AG Hoekstra, S Alowayyed, E Lorenz, N Melnikova, L Mountrakis, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2016
132016
A physical description of the adhesion and aggregation of platelets
B Chopard, DR de Sousa, J Lätt, L Mountrakis, F Dubois, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (4), 170219, 2017
72017
Transport of blood cells studied with fully resolved models
L Mountrakis
Faculty of Science, University of Amsterdam, 2015
52015
Shear-induced transport of platelets in a red blood cell suspension
Z Pleunis, E Lorenz, L Mountrakis, R Sprik, T van Leeuwen
Bachelor Project 10001615, 2014
22014
Modeling the transport behavior of Platelets in intracranial aneurysms
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.—2012, 2012
12012
Cluster size distribution and shear-induced diffusion in two-dimensional dense suspensions of deformable particles
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, AG Hoekstra
Revisiting the use of the Immersed-boundary method for simulations of suspended particles
L Mountrakis, E Lorenz, A Hoekstra
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