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Computer models in biomechanics : from nano to macro

Author: Gerhard A Holzapfel; Ellen Kuhl
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2013.
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IUTAM Symposium on Computer Models in Biomechanics: from Nano to Macro (2011 : Stanford University).
Computer models in biomechanics.
Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2013
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard A Holzapfel; Ellen Kuhl
ISBN: 9789400754638 9400754639
OCLC Number: 802321654
Description: xi, 413 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I Protein and Cell Mechanics: 1 Towards a Coarse-Grained Model for Unfolded Proteins, by Ali Ghavami, Erik Van der Giessen, Patrick R. Onck.- 2 Modeling Collagen-Proteoglycan Structural Interactions in the Human Cornea , by Xi Cheng, Hamed Hatami-Marbini, Peter M. Pinsky.- 3 Simulations of Cell Behavior on Substrates of Variegated Stiffness and Architecture , by Amit Pathak, Vikram S. Deshpande, Anthony G. Evans, Robert M. McMeeking.- Part II Muscle Mechanics: 4 A Mathematical Approach for Studying Ca2+-Regulated Smooth Muscle Contraction, by Saeil C. Murtada, Gerhard A. Holzapfel.- 5 A Coupled Chemomechanical Model for Smooth Muscle Contraction , by Markus Boel, Andre Schmitz.- 6 Modeling of Smooth Muscle Activation , by Jonas Stalhand, Anders Klarbring, Gerhard A. Holzapfel.- 7 A Cross-Bridge Model Describing the Mechanoenergetics of Actomyosin Interaction , by Mari Kalda, Pearu Peterson, Juri Engelbrecht, Marko Vendelin.- 8 Multiscale Skeletal Muscle Modeling: From Cellular Level to a Multi-Segment Skeletal Muscle Model of the Upper Limb , by Oliver Roehrle, Michael Sprenger, Ellankavi Ramasamy, Thomas Heidlauf.- Part III Cardiovascular Mechanics: 9 Multiscale Modeling of Arterial Adaptations: Incorporating Molecular Mechanisms within Continuum Biomechanical Models, by Jay D. Humphrey.- 10 Cardiovascular Tissue Damage: An Experimental and Computational Framework , by Nele Famaey, Ellen Kuhl, Gerhard A. Holzapfel, Jos Vander Sloten.- 11 Mechanical Properties of Ascending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm (ATAA): Association with Valve Morphology , by Salvatore Pasta, Julie A. Phillipi, Thomas G. Gleason, David A. Vorp.- 12 Intracranial Aneurysms: Modeling Inception and Enlargement , by Paul N. Watton, Haoyu Chen, Alisa Selimovic, Harry Thompson, Yiannis Ventikos .- 13 Micro-Structurally Based Kinematic Approaches to Electromechanics of the Heart , by Serdar Goektepe, Andreas Menzel, Ellen Kuhl.- 14 Activation Models for the Numerical Simulation of Cardiac Electromechanical Interactions , by Ricardo Ruiz-Baier, Davide Ambrosi, Simone Pezzuto, Simone Rossi, Alfio Quarteroni.- 15 Hemodynamic Alterations Associated with Coronary and Cerebral Arterial Remodeling Following a Surgically-Induced Aortic Coarctation , by C. Alberto Figueroa, Jessica S. Coogan, Jay D. Humphrey.- 16 Patient-Specific Surgery Planning for the Fontan Procedure, by Christopher M. Haggerty, Lucia Mirabella, Maria Restrepo, Diane A. de Zelicourt, Jarek Rossignac, Fotis Sotiropoulos, Thomas L. Spray, Kirk R. Kanter, Mark A. Fogel, Ajit P. Yoganathan.- Part IV Multiphasic Models: 17 Finite Element Modeling of Solutes in Hydrated Deformable Biological Tissues , by Gerard A. Ateshian, Jeffrey A. Weiss.- 18 Reformulation of Mixture Theory-Based Poroelasticity for Interstitial Tissue Growth , by Stephen C. Cowin.- 19 Constitutive and Computational Aspects in Tumor Therapies of Multiphasic Brain Tissue , by Wolfgang Ehlers, Arndt Wagner.- 20 A Biphasic 3D-FEM Model for the Remodeling of Microcirculation in Liver Lobes , by Tim Ricken, Uta Dahmen, Olaf Dirsch, Daniel Q. Werner.- 21 Multiphysics Modeling of Reactions, Mass Transport and Mechanics of Tumor Growth, by Shiva Rudraraju, Kristen L. Mills, Ralf Kemkemer, Krishna Garikipati.- 22 Multicompartmental Poroelasticity as a Platform for the Integrative Modeling of Water Transport in the Brain , by John C. Vardakis, Brett J. Tully, Yiannis Ventikos.- 23 Discontinuous Versus Continuous Chemical Potential Across a Crack in a Swelling Porous Medium, by Jacques M. Huyghe, Famke Kraaijeveld, Joris J.C. Remmers, Rene de Borst .- Part V Morphogenesis, Biological Tissues and Organs: 24 Mechanisms of Brain Morphogenesis , by Benjamen A. Filas, Gang Xu, Larry A. Taber.- 25 A Micromechanical Viscoelastic Constitutive Model for Native and Engineered Anterior Cruciate Ligaments , byJinjin Ma, Ellen M. Arruda.- 26 Mechanical Characterization of the Human Liver , by Marc Hollenstein, Edoardo Mazza.- 27 In Vivo Validation of Predictive Models for Bone Remodeling and Mechanobiology , by Alina Levchuk, Ralph Muller.- 28 Bridging Scales in Respiratory Mechanics, by Lena Yoshihara, Mahmoud Ismail, Wolfgang A. Wall.- Index.
Responsibility: Gerhard A. Holzapfel, Ellen Kuhl, editors.


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