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Volume and Pressure Considerations in Human Body Modeling
Published March 31, 2020 by The Stapp Association in United States
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The initial presence and dynamic formation of internal voids in human body models have been subjects of discussion within the human body modeling community. The relevant physics of the human body are described and the importance of capturing this physics for modeling of internal organ interactions is demonstrated. Basic modeling concepts are discussed along with a proposal of simulation setups designed to verify model behavior in terms of volume and pressure between internal organs.
CitationKral, J. and de Lima, A., "Volume and Pressure Considerations in Human Body Modeling," SAE Technical Paper 2019-22-0020, 2020, https://doi.org/10.4271/2019-22-0020.
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