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Abdominal Finite Element Model for Traffic Accidents Injury Analysis

Citace: [] ONDOKOVÁ, L., HYNČÍK, L. Abdominal Finite Element Model for Traffic Accidents Injury Analysis. Transactions on Transport Sciences, 2011, roč. 3, č. 4, s. 169-178. ISSN: 1802-971X
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Abdominal Finite Element Model for Traffic Accidents Injury Analysis
Rok vydání: 2011
Název zdroje: Ministerstvo dopravy
Autoři: Ing. Lenka Ondoková Ph.D. , Ing. Luděk Hynčík Ph.D.
Abstrakt EN: The abdominal finite element model was created to improve the abdominal part of the human body model ROBBY that should ensure the ability to predict the abdominal injury during various impact conditions. The abdominal model geometry was created on the basis of real anatomical human data. Tissue characteristics completing the organ geometry were obtained from public sources. The created abdominal model was consequently scaled and embedded into the ROBBY model representing a 50th percentile male. The updated ROBBY model was validated with a comparison of the simulation results during abdominal oblique impactor tests and abdominal frontal rigid bar tests with available cadaver experimental results. It was found that the updated ROBBY model with the new deformable abdominal model is able to predict the response of the human abdomen during various impact conditions very well.
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