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Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. October 2013, 135(10): 104503.
Paper No: BIO-12-1214
Published Online: September 20, 2013
... be validated based on appropriate biomechanical data in order to accurately assess injury risk. This study presents a total of 36 uniaxial unconfined compression tests performed on fresh human liver parenchyma within 48 h of death. Each specimen was tested once to failure at one of four loading rates (0.012...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. January 2012, 134(1): 011006.
Published Online: February 9, 2012
... 2011 24 01 2012 08 02 2012 09 02 2012 aortic injury CIREN accident reconstruction finite element isthmus strain failure biomechanics Traumatic rupture of aorta (TRA) is the leading cause of death in high-speed blunt impact trauma. Aortic injury is second only...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. February 2010, 132(2): 021004.
Published Online: January 7, 2010
... biomechanical properties digital image correlation imaging polarized light collagen collagen fibers failure The gastrocnemius (Achilles) tendon connects the gastrosoleus (calf) muscle to the calcaneous (heel) bone. It is the largest and strongest tendon in the human body and is composed...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. August 2009, 131(8): 081008.
Published Online: July 6, 2009
... spinal segments (Occiput-C2, C4-C5, and C6-C7) for measurement of tensile structural response and failure testing. The upper cervical spine (Occiput-C2) was found to be significantly less stiff, absorb less strain energy, and fail at higher loads than the lower cervical spine (C4-C5 and C6-C7...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J Biomech Eng. December 2006, 128(6): 917–924.
Published Online: June 19, 2006
...Irina Ionescu; James E. Guilkey; Martin Berzins; Robert M. Kirby; Jeffrey A. Weiss Understanding the factors that control the extent of tissue damage as a result of material failure in soft tissues may provide means to improve diagnosis and treatment of soft tissue injuries. The objective...