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Rutten, Daniël (author)
master thesis 2023
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Kaaij, Berry (author)
<b>Background:</b> Atherosclerosis is a progressive arterial disease that gives rise to plaque. Rupture thereof is a main cause of myocardial infarction and ischaemic stroke. A plaque can have a fibrotic layer between its lipid pool and the arterial lumen, which is termed a fibrous cap (FC). Rupture of this FC can expose thrombogenic plaque...
master thesis 2023
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Torun, Su Guvenir (author), Munoz, Pablo de Miguel (author), Crielaard, Hanneke (author), Verhagen, Hence J.M. (author), Kremers, Gert Jan (author), van der Steen, A.F.W. (author), Akyildiz, A.C. (author)
Atherosclerotic plaque rupture in carotid arteries is a major cause of cerebrovascular events. Plaque rupture is the mechanical failure of the heterogeneous fibrous plaque tissue. Local characterization of the tissue's failure properties and the collagen architecture are of great importance to have insights in plaque rupture for clinical...
journal article 2023
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De Miguel Muñoz, Pablo (author)
The rupture of atherosclerotic plaques present in vital arteries is the main trigger of fatal cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks and strokes. Plaque rupture is a mechanical failure of the fibrous plaque tissue that ensues upon large deformations of the tissue, induced by the blood pressure. Current knowledge on the rupture...
master thesis 2022
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Guvenir Torun, Su (author), Torun, Hakki M. (author), Hansen, Hendrik H.G. (author), de Korte, Chris L. (author), van der Steen, Antonius F.W. (author), Gijsen, F.J.H. (author), Akyildiz, A.C. (author)
Objective: Plaque rupture in atherosclerotic carotid arteries is a main cause of ischemic stroke and it is correlated with high plaque stresses. Hence, analyzing stress patterns is essential for plaque specific rupture risk assessment. However, the critical information of the multicomponent material properties of atherosclerotic carotid...
journal article 2022
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Hengst, Madusha (author)
Atherosclerotic plaque rupture is the underlying cause of 50% of deaths in western society. Although screening methodologies exist, plaques are highly complex, and the parameters used to measure plaque vulnerability are often insufficient for correct medical screening. Since plaque rupture occurs when the vascular forces exceed the plaque...
master thesis 2021
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Swaab, Maarten (author)
Atherosclerosis is a cardiovascular disease in the arteries and a primary cause of death in the industrialized world. Most deaths due to atherosclerosis occur when the fibrous cap covering the necrotic core ruptures, leading to a blood clot. To determine whether an atherosclerotic plaque will rupture requires the development of accurate...
master thesis 2021
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Oversier, Rachel (author)
<b>Introduction:</b> Carotid atherosclerosis is characterized by the build-up of the so-called plaque tissue in the wall of the carotid artery. The rupture of carotid plaques can lead to acute manifestations, including ischemic stroke and transient ischaemic attack (TIA). The mechanism responsible for rupture is not yet unravelled, complicating...
master thesis 2020
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Ruan, J. (author), Ghose, R. (author), Mulder, W.A. (author)
Modelling dynamic rupture is essential to correctly describe the process of induced seismicity. Defmod, an open-source finite-element code featuring quasi-static loading, co-seismic volumetric strain, and dynamic rupture, is used to simulate the entire chain of induced seismicity, from pressure evolution due to fluid injection and extraction,...
abstract 2020
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Toussaint, Merel (author)
Brain aneurysms cause almost 500,000 deaths in the world every year. A better understanding of brain aneurysm genesis and rupture may open new opportunities to prevention and treatment. In this study, a part of the cerebral vascular system, the so called circle of Willis including an aneurysm, was analyzed with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)...
master thesis 2018
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Brosens, P. (author), Bedir, M. (author)
The modernity concept originated in western theoretical/philosophical thought. Characterised by secular, scientific, social and economic developments, it significantly affected arts and architecture. Modernism, its 20th century cultural outcome, was heterogeneous in nature and commonly related to local progress and technique. The Modern Project...
conference paper 2014
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Papaharilaou, Y. (author), Ekaterinaris, J.A. (author)
Inflow asymmetry has been found to strongly influence the hemodynamics in arterial geometries. Flow asymmetry is commonly found within the aortic conduit just proximal of the aneurysmal expansion and is caused by the remodeling of the abdominal aorta required to accommodate the excess volume of the distended vessel. In an effort to improve the...
conference paper 2006
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Papaharilaou, Y. (author), Ekaterinaris, J.A. (author)
Inflow asymmetry has been found to strongly influence the hemodynamics in arterial geometries. Flow asymmetry is commonly found within the aortic conduit just proximal of the aneurysmal expansion and is caused by the remodeling of the abdominal aorta required to accommodate the excess volume of the distended vessel. In an effort to improve the...
conference paper 2006
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Hartmann, L. (author)
journal article 2002
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Wanhill, R.J.H. (author)
The NLR examined by fractography nine ruptured creep specimens supplied by EGT. Three specimens had been tested at 600° C and six specimens had been tested at 650° C. Internal (creep) cracking occured by transgranular microvoid coalescence, which is likely to be characteristic for standard heat treatment Inconel 718. One specimen tested at 600°...
report 1994
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De Borst, R. (author), Roddeman, P.G. (author)
journal article 1991
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Kranenburg, C. (author)
The rupture of a submarine oil pipeline starts var10US mechanisms leading to an oil spill. Among these mechanisms the leakage of oil driven by the difference in specific gravities of oil and seawater is difficult to quantify. A simple mathematical model has been developed and laboratory experiments have been carried out to obtain an insight into...
report 1983
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Jacobs, F.A. (author), Schijve, J. (author), Tromp, P.J. (author)
Fatigue tests under flight-simulation loading have been performed on unnotched Alclad 2024-T3, anodised 2.0 mm thick sheet specimens, manufactured according to several machine-shop processes applied in the air craft industry. From the results it appears that milling is preferable to stamping. Rounding off the edges is also advantageous. The...
report 1977
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Wanhill, R.J.H. (author)
The requirements and problems of high temperature materials in gas turbines are reviewed, with specific reference to turbine discs, blades, vanes and combustion cans. The mechanical and environmental property requirements of these components are discussed, followed by an overview of the types of materials used. Lastly, there is a summary of the...
report 1975
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