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Evaluation and visualization of stress and strain on soft biological tissues in contact

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4 Author(s)
Sarni, S. ; Virtual Reality Lab (VRlab), Swiss Fed. Inst. of Technol. (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland ; Maciel, A. ; Boulic, R. ; Thalmann, D.

This paper addresses evaluation and visualization of stress and strain on soft biological tissues in contact given three-dimensional models of reconstructed organs from magnetic resonance images (MRI), we use an anatomy-based kinematical model combined with a soft tissues model to represent their shape and behavior. Then, we compute resulting distribution of stress and strain on deforming surface when motion is simulated. The computed stress and strain are then effectively visualized using an interactive animation framework. Experimental results are illustrated in the case of the hip joint cartilage.

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Shape Modeling Applications, 2004. Proceedings

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7-9 June 2004

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