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In vitro compressive properties of skeletal muscles and inverse finite element analysis: comparison of human versus animals

Abstract : Virtual finite element human body models have been widely used in biomedical engineering, traffic safety injury analysis, etc. Soft tissue modeling like skeletal muscle accounts for a large portion of a human body model establishment, and its modeling method is not enough explored. The present study aims to investigate the compressive properties of skeletal muscles due to different species, loading rates and fiber orientations, in order to obtain available parameters of specific material laws as references for building or improving the human body model concerning both modeling accuracy and computational cost. A series of compressive experiments of skeletal muscles were implemented for human gastrocnemius muscle, bovine and porcine hind leg muscle. To avoid long-time preservation effects, all experimental tests were carried Manuscript Click here to view linked References
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Fuhao Mo, Zhefen Zheng, Haotian Zhang, Guibing Li, Zurong yang, et al.. In vitro compressive properties of skeletal muscles and inverse finite element analysis: comparison of human versus animals. Journal of Biomechanics, Elsevier, 2020, 109, pp.109916. ⟨10.1016/j.jbiomech.2020.109916⟩. ⟨hal-03230539⟩

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