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STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS IN A CONNECTION OF ARTERY AND VASCULAR GRAFT

BURŠA, J., KNOBLOCH, T.

Original Title

STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS IN A CONNECTION OF ARTERY AND VASCULAR GRAFT

English Title

STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS IN A CONNECTION OF ARTERY AND VASCULAR GRAFT

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The computational modelling of stress strain states in blood vessels is not yet able to give realistic results because of the too complex structure and properties of soft tissues. Finite element models created in the last few years in our institute tried to comprehend the most significant properties of the arterial tissue in macroscopic approach. After previous models describing stress and strain distribution in an intact artery and then in a geometric simple lapped anastomosis, we succeeded in creating a model of standard connection (anastomosis). Naturally, the model is rather simplified and it should be improved in future. Nevertheless, it could then contribute to avoiding postsurgical complications e.g. in anastomoses of arteries with natural or artificial vascular grafts by comparative analysis of their various types. A FE model for evaluation of stress and strain states in an anastomosis of two identical arteries is presented.

English abstract

The computational modelling of stress strain states in blood vessels is not yet able to give realistic results because of the too complex structure and properties of soft tissues. Finite element models created in the last few years in our institute tried to comprehend the most significant properties of the arterial tissue in macroscopic approach. After previous models describing stress and strain distribution in an intact artery and then in a geometric simple lapped anastomosis, we succeeded in creating a model of standard connection (anastomosis). Naturally, the model is rather simplified and it should be improved in future. Nevertheless, it could then contribute to avoiding postsurgical complications e.g. in anastomoses of arteries with natural or artificial vascular grafts by comparative analysis of their various types. A FE model for evaluation of stress and strain states in an anastomosis of two identical arteries is presented.

RIV year

2002

Released

12.11.2002

Publisher

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport

Location

Čejkovice, CZ

ISBN

80-86317-23-4

Book

Proceedings of the International Conference Biomechanics of Man 2002

Pages from

173

Pages to

176

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT10676,
  author="Jiří {Burša} and Teodor {Knobloch}",
  title="STRESS-STRAIN ANALYSIS IN A CONNECTION OF ARTERY AND VASCULAR GRAFT",
  annote="The computational modelling of stress strain states in blood vessels is not yet able to give realistic results because of the too complex structure and properties of soft tissues. Finite element models created in the last few years in our institute tried to comprehend the most significant properties of the arterial tissue in macroscopic approach. After previous models describing stress and strain distribution in an intact artery and then in a geometric simple lapped anastomosis, we succeeded in creating a model of standard connection (anastomosis). Naturally, the model is rather simplified and it should be improved in future. Nevertheless, it could then contribute to avoiding postsurgical complications e.g. in anastomoses of arteries with natural or artificial vascular grafts by comparative analysis of their various types. A FE model for evaluation of stress and strain states in an anastomosis of two identical arteries is presented.",
  address="Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the International Conference Biomechanics of Man 2002",
  chapter="10676",
  institution="Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport",
  year="2002",
  month="november",
  pages="173",
  publisher="Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport",
  type="conference paper"
}