2012 Poster Presentations

 

Hyperelastic behavior of porcine aorta under sub-failure inflation loading

M. R. Agah, K. Laksari, K. Darvish

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Temple University

Abstract

Poster

 

Multivariate injury risk criteria for fractures to the distal radius

T. Burkhart1,2, C. E. Dunning1, D. M. Andrews2

1Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University of Western Ontario; 2Department of Kinesiology, University of Windsor

Abstract

Poster

 

Assessment of ear- and tooth-mounted accelerometers as representative of human head response

J. J. Christopher1, R. Salzar1, M. Sochor1, J. Pellettiere2

1Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia; 2Federal Aviation Administration

Abstract

Poster

 

Design and development of a surrogate bruising detection system to describe bruising patterns in children

R. Dsouza, G. E. Bertocci

Injury Risk Assessment and Prevention (iRAP) Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Louisville

Abstract

Poster

 

Validation of spherical indentation methodology to characterize material properties of brain tissue

L. Gabler1, J. Crandall1, R. Salzar1, M. Shafieian1, J. Stone2

1Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia; 2Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging Division of Interventional Radiology, University of Virginia

Abstract

Poster

 

Comparison of the compressive response of the 50th% Hybrid III ATD thorax utilizing nonparametric system identification techniques

K. Icke1, K. Moorhouse2, J. H. Bolte IV1

1The Ohio State University Injury Biomechanics Research Lab; 2National Highway Traffic Safety

Abstract

Poster

 

Differences in lower extremity geometry with gender, age, stature, and BMI

K. Klein1, J. Rupp2

1Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan; 2University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

Abstract

Poster

 

Quantifying mechanical properties of liver tissue using specimen-specific finite-element models and optimization techniques

Y.-C. Lu, A. R. Kemper, C. D. Untaroiu

Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University, School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences

Abstract

Poster

 

Development and preliminary validation of chestband data from a full body finite element model

A. Rhyne1,2, N. A. Vavalle1,2, D. P. Moreno1,2, J. D. Stitzel1,2, F. S. Gayzik1,2

1Wake Forest University School of Medicine; 2 Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics

Abstract

Poster

 

Material properties of brain tissue under complex shear and compression loading

M. Shafieian1, K. Laksari2, K. Darvish2, J. Crandall3

1University of Virginia, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; 2Temple University, Department of Mechanical Engineering; 3University of Virginia, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Abstract

Poster

 

Modeling the effects of microgravity on proximal tibia bone stiffness in mice

C. Smith1, A. G. Lau2, E. W. Livingston2, L. C. Bowman2, T. A. Bateman2

1North Carolina State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering; 2University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Biomedical Engineering

Abstract

Poster

 

Sex differences in unconstrained transverse plane kinematic response under compression simulated muscle forces

S. C. Wordeman, C. E. Quatman, A. Kiapour, , R. C. Ditto, V. Goel, C. K. Demetropoulous, T. E. Hewett

The Ohio State University

Abstract

Poster

 

2012 Oral Presentations

 

Finite element analysis of the injury potential of shock-induced compressive waves on human bone

A. M. Bailey1, S. Boruah1, J. J. Christopher1, M. Shafieian1, R. S. Salzar1, D. S. Cronin2

1University of Virginia; 2University of Waterloo

Abstract

Manuscript

 

High rate behavior of the cervical spine segments

J. Barker, N. Chandrashekar, D. Cronin

Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, University of Waterloo

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Biomechanical response of the pediatric ankle

L. Boucher, A. Chaudhari, J. H. Bolte IV

The Ohio State University

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Follower load influences the kinematics and kinetics of cervical spine buckling during simulated head first impact: an ex vivo study

C. Dennison1,2,4, A. Saari1,2,4, Q. Zhu1,2,4, T. Nelson1,2,4, P. Morley1,2,4, E. Itshayek1,3,4,5, T. Oxland1,2,3,4, P. A. Cripton1,2,3,4

1Orthopaedic and Injury Biomechanics Group, University of British Columbia; 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia; 3Department of Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia; 4International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries, University of British Columbia; 5Department of Neurosurgery, Hadassah – Hebrew University Hospital

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Chest injuries of vulnerable road users – application of the THOMO model to a frontal crash setup

D. Gierczycka-Zbrozek, J. Toczyski

Warsaw University of Technology

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Multilayer quasi-linear viscoelastic characterization of porcine aorta using nanoidentation

A. Hemmasizadeh1, S. Assari1, K. Darvish1, M. Autieri2

1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Temple University; 2Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, Temple University

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Material properties of the post-mortem small intestine in high-rate equibiaxial elongation

M. Howes, W. Hardy

Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University, Center for Injury Biomechanics

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Modeling trajectories of human volunteers in low-speed frontal impacts using Bezier curves

M. Samuels1,2,3, T. Seacrist2, M. P. Reed4, K. B. Arbogast2,5

1Brigham Young University; 2Center for Injury Research and Prevention, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; 3Utah State University; 4University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; 5Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Validation of a full body finite element model in lateral sled and drop impacts

N. A. Vavalle, D. P. Moreno, J. D. Stitzel, F. S. Gayzik

Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences

Abstract

Manuscript

 

Improving spine biofidelity of HYBRID-III 6-year-old ATD

J. Wu1,2, L. Cao2, J. Hu1

1University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; 2State Key Laboratory of Advanced Design and Manufacturing for Vehicle Body, Hunan University

Abstract

Manuscript

 

A new corridor development method for clavicle finite element model validation

Q. Zhang, J. Kerrigan, M. Kindig, J. Crandall

Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Virginia

Abstract

Manuscript