Limitations of current MPI models in the context of fluid dynamics
International Journal on Magnetic Particle Imaging 9 (1): 2303078 (2023)
Infinite Science Publishing
Micromagnetic fluids are at the core of magnetic particle imaging as underlying tracer materials. They are formed when magnetic nanoparticles are suspended in a fluid such as blood, cytoplasm or water. One of the fundamental assumptions made in current MPI models is that the micromagnetic response of nanoparticles and the dynamics of the fluid transporting them are decoupled. In this contribution, we use a simplified micromagnetic model that takes this interaction into account to investigate scenarios where this assumption breaks down.