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Title Computational Biomechanics for Medicine : Measurements, Models, and Predictions / Poul M.F. Nielsen [and 5 others].

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.


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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Springer Engineering eBooks 2019 English+International
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; Making Head and Neck Reconstruction Surgery an Engineering Process; Atlas of Acceleration-Induced Brain Deformation from Measurements In Vivo; 1 Introduction; 2 Methods; 2.1 Image Acquisition and Preprocessing; 2.2 Displacement and Strain Estimation From Tagged MRI; 2.3 Group Analysis; 3 Results and Discussion; 3.1 Individual Patterns; 3.2 Group-Based Deformation Patterns; 4 Conclusion; References
Reconstruction of Real-World Car-to-Pedestrian Accident Using Computational Biomechanics Model: Effects of the Choice of Boundary Conditions of the Brain on Brain Injury Risk1 Introduction; 2 Methods; 2.1 Description of the Car-to-Pedestrian Impact Accident; 2.2 Investigation of the Effects of Approach for Modelling the Brain-Skull Interface on Predicted Brain Deformations and Brain Injury Risk Due to Car-to-Pedestrian Accident; 2.2.1 Accident Reconstruction; 2.2.2 Investigation of the Effects of Approach for Modelling the Brain-Skull Interface on the Brain Injury; 3 Results
3.1 Accident Reconstruction3.2 Investigation of Effects of the Approach for Modelling the Brain-Skull Interface on the Brain Injury; 4 Discussions and Conclusions; References; Computational Modeling of Fluid-Structure Interaction Between Blood Flow and Mitral Valve; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 3 Basics; 3.1 Mitral Valve Dynamics; 3.2 Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics; 4 Methodology; 4.1 Embedded Deformable Model; 4.2 Casson Non-Newtonian Blood; 4.3 Blood-MV Interaction; 4.4 Mechanical Interactions Between Valve Leaflets; 5 Results; 6 Conclusion; References
Maximum Principal AAA Wall Stress Is Proportional to WallThickness1 Introduction; 2 Methods; 2.1 Problem Geometry; 2.2 Image Segmentation; 2.3 Wall Thickness Measurement and Specification; 2.4 Geometry Creation; 2.5 Finite Element Meshing, Model Creation and Analysis; 3 Results; 4 Discussion and Conclusions; References; An Immersed Boundary Method for Detail-Preserving Soft Tissue Simulation from Medical Images; 1 Introduction; 2 Method; 2.1 From a Continuous Problem to a Discrete Formulation; 2.2 Numerical Considerations; 3 Results; 3.1 Cylinder Compression and Bending Scenarios
3.2 Brain Shift Simulation4 Conclusion and Perspectives; References; A Flux-Conservative Finite Difference Scheme for the Numerical Solution of the Nonlinear Bioheat Equation; 1 Introduction; 2 Methods; 2.1 Governing Equations; 2.2 Numerical Solution of the Bioheat Equation; 2.2.1 Flux-Conservative Finite Difference Scheme; 2.2.2 Meshless Approximation Methods; 3 Results; 3.1 Code Verification; 3.2 Example 1: 2D Computation of Temperature Distribution Within Soft Tissue Using Image Data; 3.3 Example 2: 3D Computation of Temperature Distribution Within Soft Tissue; 4 Conclusions; References
Other author Nielsen, Poul M. F. (Poul Michael F√łnss), editor.
Wittek, Adam, editor.
Miller, Karol, editor.
Doyle, Barry, editor.
Joldes, Grand R., editor.
Nash, Martyn P., editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Medicine -- Data processing.
Biomedical engineering -- Data processing.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319755892 (electronic bk.)
3319755897 (electronic bk.)