Publication detail

Stress-strain analysis of an overlapped connection of artery and vascular graft

BURŠA, J.

Original Title

Stress-strain analysis of an overlapped connection of artery and vascular graft

English Title

Stress-strain analysis of an overlapped connection of artery and vascular graft

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Computational modelling of stress and strain states in the connection of an artery and a man-made vascular graft was realized using FEM programm system ANSYS. The aim was to find the optimal diameter ratio of graft and artery and a convenient length of the connection. The connection geometry was judged from the point of view of mechanics, with the aim to achieve the stress and strain distribution in the artery inside the connection as similar as possible to the intact artery outside it.

English abstract

Computational modelling of stress and strain states in the connection of an artery and a man-made vascular graft was realized using FEM programm system ANSYS. The aim was to find the optimal diameter ratio of graft and artery and a convenient length of the connection. The connection geometry was judged from the point of view of mechanics, with the aim to achieve the stress and strain distribution in the artery inside the connection as similar as possible to the intact artery outside it.

RIV year

2002

Released

14.05.2001

Publisher

IT AS CR Praha, AEM, ISM FME BUT Brno,ITAM AS CR Praha

Location

Svratka, CZ

ISBN

80-85918-64-1

Book

Inženýrská mechanika 2001- EMGINEERING MECHANICS 2001

Pages from

311

Pages to

312

Pages count

2

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT3898,
  author="Jiří {Burša}",
  title="Stress-strain analysis of an overlapped connection of artery and vascular graft",
  annote="Computational modelling of stress and strain states in the connection of an artery and a man-made vascular graft was realized using FEM programm system ANSYS. The aim was to find the optimal diameter ratio of graft and artery and a convenient length of the connection. The connection geometry was judged from the point of view of mechanics, with the aim to achieve the stress and strain distribution in the artery inside the connection as similar as possible to the intact artery outside it.",
  address="IT AS CR Praha, AEM, ISM FME BUT Brno,ITAM AS CR Praha",
  booktitle="Inženýrská mechanika 2001- EMGINEERING MECHANICS 2001",
  chapter="3898",
  institution="IT AS CR Praha, AEM, ISM FME BUT Brno,ITAM AS CR Praha",
  year="2001",
  month="may",
  pages="311",
  publisher="IT AS CR Praha, AEM, ISM FME BUT Brno,ITAM AS CR Praha",
  type="conference paper"
}