3D highly heterogeneous thermal model of pineal gland in-vitro study for electromagnetic exposure using finite volume method

Cen, Wei; Hoppe, Ralph; Lu, Rongbo; Cai, Zhaoquan; Gu, Ning

n this paper, the relationship between electromagnetic power absorption and temperature distributions inside highly heterogeneous biological samples was accurately determinated using finite volume method. An in-vitro study on pineal gland that is responsible for physiological activities was for the first time simulated to illustrate effectiveness of the proposed method.

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Cen, W., Hoppe, R., Lu, R., Cai, Z., Gu, N., 2017. 3D highly heterogeneous thermal model of pineal gland in-vitro study for electromagnetic exposure using finite volume method. AIP Advances, AIP Advances 7, 2017, art,85222. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4991464
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