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Development of a hyperelastic finite element tool for modelling surgery of complex organs (membrane and underlying tissues)

Abstract : Nowadays, modelling surgery of soft tissues appears to be a promising and helpful way of predicting and teaching surgical operations. This work aimed at predicting the mechanical response of complex organs (composed of a thin membrane and underlying tissues) undergoing multiaxial loadings using a finite element code (VSurgeon3). This software was developed in our laboratory and is based on tetrahedron P1+/P1 elements and on a mixed pressure-velocity formulation. The constitutive equations used to represent the behaviour of the membrane and adjacent tissues represent hyperelastic models. Three different models (neo-Hookean, Mooney-Rivlin, and a third one (Fung) with a higher degree of nonlinearity) and a kill element method have been implemented in VSurgeon3.
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Hicham Daanouni, Yannick Tillier. Development of a hyperelastic finite element tool for modelling surgery of complex organs (membrane and underlying tissues). Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry, Basel, Switzerland : Collegium Basilea (Institute of Advanced Study) ; Tbilisi : Association of Modern Scientific Investigation (AMSI), 2009, 9 (4), pp.Pages 161-166. ⟨hal-00580009⟩

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