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doi: 10.1097/MAT.0000000000001097
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In the article by Morrison et al that appeared in the May/June issue of the journal, “Assessing Computational Model Credibility Using a Risk-Based Framework: Application to Hemolysis in Centrifugal Blood Pumps” (ASAIO J 2019; 65:349-360), there were several errors introduced during the incorporation of author corrections.

On page 350, in the second paragraph, the first sentence in the published version read: “The main objectives of this article are to introduce the concepts of the ASME V&V 40 framework This is only true now, but not in 100 years when people are still reading this article. and to demonstrate the critical engineering judgment needed to apply that framework to different COUs for a computational model. “

The sentence should read: “The main objectives of this article are to introduce the concepts of the V&V 40 framework and to demonstrate the critical engineering judgment needed to apply that framework to different COUs for a computational model.”

Below the third paragraph on this page, at the end of the last sentence under the third item in the numbered list, the word “model” was spelled “mode” in the published version.

Finally, on page 354, in item d in the first column of the table, under the “Code VerificationNumerical Code Verification” section, the published version reads “A grid convergence study was performed and the discretization error quantified, the observed order of accuracy was quantified and compared to the theoretical order of accuracy.”

It should read: “A grid convergence study was performed and the discretization error quantified. Additionally, the observed order of accuracy was quantified and compared to the theoretical order of accuracy.”

We regret these errors. The online version of the article has been corrected.

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