Suncica Canic
Suncica Canic
Professor of Mathematics, University of California Berkeley
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Mathematical analysis of the quasilinear effects in a hyperbolic model blood flow through compliant axi‐symmetric vessels
S Čanić, EH Kim
Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 26 (14), 1161-1186, 2003
Stable loosely-coupled-type algorithm for fluid–structure interaction in blood flow
G Guidoboni, R Glowinski, N Cavallini, S Canic
Journal of Computational Physics 228 (18), 6916-6937, 2009
Simulating the fluid dynamics of natural and prosthetic heart valves using the immersed boundary method
BE Griffith, X Luo, DM McQueen, CS Peskin
International Journal of Applied Mechanics 1 (01), 137-177, 2009
A proof of existence of perturbed steady transonic shocks via a free boundary problem
S Čanič, BL Keyfitz, GM Lieberman
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Journal Issued by the …, 2000
Flows on networks: recent results and perspectives
A Bressan, S Čanić, M Garavello, M Herty, B Piccoli
EMS Surveys in Mathematical Sciences 1 (1), 47-111, 2014
Modeling viscoelastic behavior of arterial walls and their interaction with pulsatile blood flow
S Čanić, J Tambača, G Guidoboni, A Mikelić, CJ Hartley, D Rosenstrauch
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 67 (1), 164-193, 2006
Existence of a weak solution to a nonlinear fluid–structure interaction problem modeling the flow of an incompressible, viscous fluid in a cylinder with deformable walls
B Muha, S Canić
Archive for rational mechanics and analysis 207 (3), 919-968, 2013
Blood flow in compliant arteries: an effective viscoelastic reduced model, numerics, and experimental validation
S Čanić, CJ Hartley, D Rosenstrauch, J Tambača, G Guidoboni, A Mikelić
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 34 (4), 575-592, 2006
A free boundary problem for a quasi-linear degenerate elliptic equation: regular reflection of weak shocks
S Canic, BL Keyfitz, EH Kim
Fluid–structure interaction in blood flow capturing non-zero longitudinal structure displacement
M Bukač, S Čanić, R Glowinski, J Tambača, A Quaini
Journal of Computational Physics 235, 515-541, 2013
Free boundary problems for the unsteady transonic small disturbance equation: Transonic regular reflection
S Čanić, BL Keyfitz, EH Kim
Methods and Applications of Analysis 7 (2), 313-336, 2000
Effective equations modeling the flow of a viscous incompressible fluid through a long elastic tube arising in the study of blood flow through small arteries
S Canic, A Mikelic
SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems 2 (3), 431-463, 2003
Self-consistent effective equations modeling blood flow in medium-to-large compliant arteries
S Canic, D Lamponi, A Mikelic, J Tambaca
Multiscale Modeling & Simulation 3 (3), 559-596, 2005
Emerging trends in heart valve engineering: part I. Solutions for future
A Kheradvar, EM Groves, LP Dasi, SH Alavi, R Tranquillo, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 43 (4), 833-843, 2015
Free boundary problems for nonlinear wave systems: Mach stems for interacting shocks
S Canic, BL Keyfitz, EH Kim
SIAM journal on mathematical analysis 37 (6), 1947-1977, 2006
Blood flow through compliant vessels after endovascular repair: wall deformations induced by the discontinuous wall properties
S Čanić
Computing and visualization in science 4 (3), 147-155, 2002
An elliptic problem arising from the unsteady transonic small disturbance equation
S Čanić, BL Keyfitz
Journal of Differential Equations 125 (2), 548-574, 1996
Extended ALE method for fluid–structure interaction problems with large structural displacements
S Basting, A Quaini, S Čanić, R Glowinski
Journal of Computational Physics 331, 312-336, 2017
Existence of a solution to a fluid–multi-layered-structure interaction problem
B Muha, S Čanić
Journal of Differential Equations 256 (2), 658-706, 2014
A two-dimensional effective model describing fluid–structure interaction in blood flow: analysis, simulation and experimental validation
S Čanić, A Mikelić, J Tambača
Comptes Rendus Mécanique 333 (12), 867-883, 2005
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