The code is designed to be extensible. Adding new material models and cell types, and features is simple! 
HemoCell is an open-source code for simulating dense suspensions of deformable cells, focusing on blood. It is based on the combined Immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method (IB-LBM) and is built on top of the open source C++ lattice Boltzmann solver Palabos.
A validated two dimensional lattice Boltzmann model for blood plasma with a discrete element method for both red blood cells and platelets coupled by the immersed boundary method. Key properties: Fortran, Parallelized with MPI, Suspension rheology validation, Easily used to test large sets of parameters
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