Publication detail

SYSTEM APPROACH TO SOLVING PROBLEMS IN BIOMECHANICS OF BLOOD VESSELS

BURŠA, J., JANÍČEK, P.

Original Title

SYSTEM APPROACH TO SOLVING PROBLEMS IN BIOMECHANICS OF BLOOD VESSELS

English Title

SYSTEM APPROACH TO SOLVING PROBLEMS IN BIOMECHANICS OF BLOOD VESSELS

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The contribution reviews clinical biomechanical problems in physiological, pathological and post-surgical states of vascular system. It presents basic features influencing stress and strain states in arteries, which should be taken into account in up-to-date computational models. It aims at models of constitutive relations, their limitations, similarity with constitutive models of elastomers and, on the other hand, the differences between these two types of material behaviour. It reviews the types of tests that should be performed for identification of constitutive models and determination of their parameters by non-linear regression. Possible ways of estimation of the predictive capability of the model are foreshadowed. Respecting these rules is one of necessary assumptions for credible solutions to actual most challenging problems of vascular mechanics.

English abstract

The contribution reviews clinical biomechanical problems in physiological, pathological and post-surgical states of vascular system. It presents basic features influencing stress and strain states in arteries, which should be taken into account in up-to-date computational models. It aims at models of constitutive relations, their limitations, similarity with constitutive models of elastomers and, on the other hand, the differences between these two types of material behaviour. It reviews the types of tests that should be performed for identification of constitutive models and determination of their parameters by non-linear regression. Possible ways of estimation of the predictive capability of the model are foreshadowed. Respecting these rules is one of necessary assumptions for credible solutions to actual most challenging problems of vascular mechanics.

RIV year

2003

Released

24.03.2003

Publisher

ÚMTMB

Location

Hrotovice, CZ

Pages from

16

Pages to

22

Pages count

7

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT13508,
  author="Jiří {Burša} and Přemysl {Janíček}",
  title="SYSTEM APPROACH TO SOLVING PROBLEMS IN BIOMECHANICS OF BLOOD VESSELS",
  annote="The contribution reviews clinical biomechanical problems in physiological, pathological and post-surgical states of vascular system. It presents basic features influencing stress and strain states in arteries, which should be taken into account in up-to-date computational models. It aims at models of constitutive relations, their limitations, similarity with constitutive models of elastomers and, on the other hand, the differences between these two types of material behaviour. It reviews the types of tests that should be performed for identification of constitutive models and determination of their parameters by non-linear regression. Possible ways of estimation of the predictive capability of the model are foreshadowed. Respecting  these rules is one of necessary assumptions for credible solutions to actual most challenging  problems of vascular mechanics.",
  address="ÚMTMB",
  booktitle="Mechatronics, Robotics and Biomechanics 2003",
  chapter="13508",
  institution="ÚMTMB",
  year="2003",
  month="march",
  pages="16",
  publisher="ÚMTMB",
  type="conference paper"
}