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finite element head injury model

T. A Shugar

finite element head injury model

by T. A Shugar

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Published by Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Head -- Wounds and injuries -- Mathematical models

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    StatementT. A. Shugar
    SeriesDOT HS 803 212
    ContributionsUnited States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14944412M

    2. QCT-Based Nonsegmentation Finite Element Head Model. A sequence of cross-sectional images of tissues are produced in quantitative computed tomography (QCT) based on the amount of X-ray absorbed or attenuated by different tissues through which the X-ray travels [].The amount of X-ray absorbed by the tissue at a specific location is expressed as CT number and measured by Hounsfield Cited by: 8. (). Evaluation of head injury criteria using a finite element model validated against experiments on localized brain motion, intracerebral acceleration, and intracranial pressure. International Journal of Crashworthiness: Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. Cited by:

    (). Finite element head model simulation and head injury prediction. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Vol. 16, No. sup1, pp. Cited by: 5.   (). Finite element analysis of kinematic behaviour and injuries to pedestrians in vehicle collisions. International Journal of Crashworthiness: Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. Cited by:

      Complete validation of any finite element (FE) model of the human brain is very difficult due to the lack of adequate experimental data. However, more animal brain injury data, especially rat data, obtained under well-defined mechanical loading conditions, are available to advance the understanding of the mechanisms of traumatic brain by:   The human finite element head model (FEHM) within the SIMon environment is presented in this paper. Three-dimensional head kinematic data in the form of either a nine accelerometer array or three linear CG head accelerations combined with three angular velocities serves as an input to the by:


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Finite element head injury model by T. A Shugar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Basic Finite Element Method as Applied to Injury Biomechanics provides a unique introduction to finite element methods. Unlike other books on the topic, this comprehensive reference teaches readers to develop a finite element model from the beginning, including all the appropriate theories that are needed throughout the model development : Paperback.

Finite element head injury model. Washington: Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, Basic Finite Element Method as Applied to Injury Biomechanics provides a unique introduction to finite element methods.

Unlike other books on the topic, this comprehensive reference teaches readers to develop a finite element model from the beginning, including all the appropriate theories that are needed throughout the model development process.

Abstract. This chapter presents a state-of-the-art review on finite element head modelling. In addition, it also includes a review about the parameters used as head injury criteria with finite element head models as well as their respective by: 4.

A Review of Head Injury and Finite Element Head Models and inner table), s. All these [8]. Figure 4. Illustration of layered structure of human head (Modified from [9]).

Scalp Anatomically, the scalp is defined as soft tissue layers of dermal skin and subcutaneous connective tissues covering the.

A finite element model of cerebral contusion in the rat was developed and compared to experimental injury maps demonstrating blood-brain barrier (BBB) breakdown. Development of a Finite Element Head Model for the Study of Impact Head Injury Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology (1) October with Reads.

FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATIONS INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF THE HELMET IN REDUCING HEAD INJURIES Afshari, A.* & Rajaai, S. M.** * Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA ** School of Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran E-Mail: [email protected] Abstract.

Kleiven S () Evaluation of head injury criteria using a finite element model validated against experiments on localized brain motion, intracerebral acceleration, and intracranial pressure. Int J Crashworthiness 11(1)–79Cited by: 8. The effect of head trauma on fracture healing: biomechanical testing and finite element analysis brain injury model.

J Trauma ; finite-element model of a Pipkin type I. The model was validated against experimental data from impact tests on cadavers, specifically intracranial pressure and brain motion. Its potential is shown in an accident reconstruction case with injury evaluation by effectively combining multibody kinematics and finite element methodology.

Finite Element (FE) Human Head Models / Literature Review Hatam samaka, Faris Tarlochan Wayne State University (WSU) Head (Brain) Injury Model (WSUHIM) The WSU developed a group of FEMs to study the human head and brain injury, as well as the WSUBIM model by Ruan et al. [12] developed by Zhang et al.

with elements (Fig. The model. Analysis of Finite Element Models for Head Injury Investigation: Reconstruction of Four Real-World Impacts Previous studies have shown that both excessive linear and rotational accelerations are the cause of head by: 3-D Finite Element Analysis on Brain Injury Mechanism.

Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Study on Mechanism of Brain Injury Using Brain Model. Article. Feb. ABSTRACTA traumatic brain injury case that diffuses axonal injury was suspected in the physician's diagnosis was simulated using finite element head model based on medical information such as MRI and CT.

First, the head model matched the subject's head dimensions and material properties of the skull from the subject's age. Next, the site of the subject's head collision was Author: Hiromichi Nakadate, Yuelin Zhang, Lu Han, Shigeru Aomura, Yasuhiro Matsui. Finite Element Models of the Head and Their Use in Brain Injury Research This paper discusses the status of head injury models, their applications and limitations.

Although finite element models have replaced all earlier continuum models in the analysis of head impact, there remain misconceptions regarding their use and by: The model, implemented in the open source FE platform Gmsh [, ], is validated in Section 3.

Finally, Section 4 illustrates the flexibility of the method with an idealised study of axonal indentation and highlights the need to consider 3D deformation (as opposed to solely 1D) to successfully model axonal injury. Finite element frameworkCited by: 9.

On the use of a patient-specific rapid-prototyped model to simulate the response of the human head to impact and comparison with analytical and finite element models, Journal of Biomechanics, vol.

38, January39–Cited by:   The human finite element (FE) models of the head are nowadays the most sophisticated numerical models, which can provide general kinematics of the brain and calculate the detailed strain/stress distributions which can be correlated with the risk of head by: In the first stage of this study, an anatomically correct human head model was generated from the segmentation of a high resolution MRI data set of a real human head.

The head model was constituted by five major anatomical structures: scalp, skull, nasal cavity, cerebrospinal fluid, and brain matter. Finite element analysis can be an importanttool in describing the injury biomechanics of the human head.

Complex geometricand material properties pose challenges to FE modelling. Various assumptions and simplifications are made in model development that require by:   This study investigated the influence of human head impact on the severity of traumatic brain injury.

Simulation of the dynamic impact of a human head was performed using FEM (finite element method) and employing HIC (Head Injury Criterion). The study of traumatic brain injury included impacts with the occiput, temporal, forehead, and parietal part of the head, and the impact Cited by: 2.Concussion or head impact involves the brain injury from mild to severe.

Most of the brain injury mechanism and brain lesions can be investigated from medical imaging. Alternatively, finite element model (FE model) of head impact is used for simulation and analyzing the brain concussion. Although a number of head impact models have been designed, they are still not be realistic.