In Silico Modeling of Electrical and Mechanical Disorders in Cardiac Tissue

Berberoğlu, Ezgi
Göktepe, Serdar


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Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the 5th most common and 2nd deadliest cancer worldwide. The molecular mechanism in HCC involves activated cell survival pathways, but there is a lack of the significant oncogenic drivers for targeted therapies. Thus, novel drugs and targets that can be exploited, are required. The pathways reported to be involved in hepatocarcinogenesis were retrieved from KEGG database (HCC, MAPK, calcium, p53, PI3K-Akt, Wnt, TGF-B, NAFLD and apoptosis) and a directed network with 801 node...
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In the present article, in-flight ice formation on finite wings and air intakes of low-speed aircraft are numerically studied. The approach to the problem involves calculation of the velocity field using a three-dimensional panel method. Using the calculated velocity field, the droplet trajectories and droplet impact locations are computed yielding the droplet collection efficiency distribution. In the next step, convective heat transfer coefficient distributions around the geometries are calculated using a...
In-flight icing simulation on engine nacelles
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In-flight ice accumulation on airframes may lead to great risks for flight safety due to aerodynamic performance degradation, loss of control, engine rollback and increase in weight. Certification concerns become an important topic when flight safety is considered. To prove that an aircraft can fly safely in certain icing conditions, authorities like FAA and EASA have defined meteorological conditions. Flight tests, laboratory tests and numerical simulations are the methods utilized to show compliance with ...
In-situ observation of nano-oxide and defect evolution in 14YWT alloys
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© 2020 Elsevier Inc.Nanostructured ferritic alloys (NFAs) are considered as candidates for structural components in advanced nuclear reactors due to their excellent radiation resistance as a result of a high density of nano-oxides (NOs) in the microstructure. Therefore, gaining an understanding on the stability of NOs under irradiation is crucial. In this study, we have investigated the evolution of defects and NOs in 14YWT NFAs under in-situ Kr ion irradiation at room temperature (RT) and 450 °C up to 10 d...
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It is crucial to predict the ice mass, shape and regions of the airframe which are prone to icing in order to design and develop de/anti-icing systems for aircraft and airworthiness certification . In the current study, droplet collection efficiency and ice shape predictions are performed using an originally developed computational tool for a wing tip for which experimental and numerical data are available. Ice accretion modeling consists of four steps in the developed computational tool: flow field solutio...
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E. Berberoğlu and S. Göktepe, “In Silico Modeling of Electrical and Mechanical Disorders in Cardiac Tissue,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: