Description
Thermal ablation is a low invasive technique which eliminates cancerous tissue using high temperature. The presented database was used to show the temperature distribution for t=600[s] in two cases: when the value of the thermal conductivity of tissue k(x;T) is constant and for the variable k(x;T). In addition, using these data we showed the difference between temperature distributions for t=600[s] obtained for both cases k(x;T), where T is the tissue temperature.
The database consists of five files. Namely,
1) the file rozklad_poczatkowy.txt contains the initial temperature distribution,
2) the file rozklad_koncowy_const_k_wer4.txt contains the temperature distribution for t=600[s] in the case of constant value of k(x;T),
3) the file rozklad_koncowy_var_k_wer4.txt contains the temperature distribution for t=600[s] in the case of varying value of k(x;T),
4) the file rozklad roznica_na_koncu_wer6_nowy1.txt contains the difference between temperature distributions
for t=600[s] obtained in the considered two cases of k(x;T),
5) the file roznica_na_koncu_wer3_nowy3.txt contains the difference between temperature distributions for t=600[s] obtained for the considered two cases of k(x;T).
1) the file rozklad_poczatkowy.txt contains the initial temperature distribution,
2) the file rozklad_koncowy_const_k_wer4.txt contains the temperature distribution for t=600[s] in the case of constant value of k(x;T),
3) the file rozklad_koncowy_var_k_wer4.txt contains the temperature distribution for t=600[s] in the case of varying value of k(x;T),
4) the file rozklad roznica_na_koncu_wer6_nowy1.txt contains the difference between temperature distributions
for t=600[s] obtained in the considered two cases of k(x;T),
5) the file roznica_na_koncu_wer3_nowy3.txt contains the difference between temperature distributions for t=600[s] obtained for the considered two cases of k(x;T).
All data concern the scheme presented in Conclusion section in the following paper:
A. Bartłomiejczyk, H. Leszczyński, A. Poliński, Thermal ablation modeling via bioheat equation and
its numerical treatment, Appl. Math. (Warsaw), 42, 1 (2015), pp. 112, DOI: 10.4064/am4211.
A. Bartłomiejczyk, H. Leszczyński, A. Poliński, Thermal ablation modeling via bioheat equation and
its numerical treatment, Appl. Math. (Warsaw), 42, 1 (2015), pp. 112, DOI: 10.4064/am4211.
The file format is as follows. The first row is the xcoordinate (in meters), the first column is the ycoordinate (in meters), and in the middle at the intersection of the respective rows and columns is the temperature value in K.
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Dataset file
database_thermal ablation.zip
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Details
 Year of publication:
 2020
 Dataset language:
 English
 Fields of science:

 Mathematics (Natural sciences)
 License:

CC BYAttribution
 DOI:
 10.34808/71h2v452 open in new tab
 Verified by:
 Gdańsk University of Technology
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