Christian Brunet

Pierre-Jean Arnoux3
Thierry Serre1
Dominique Lefèvre1
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  • Stéphane Blain, Bernard Quéguiner, Leanne Armand, Sauveur Belviso, Bruno Bombled, Laurent Bopp +41 others
  • 2007
The availability of iron limits primary productivity and the associated uptake of carbon over large areas of the ocean. Iron thus plays an important role in the carbon cycle, and changes in its supply to the surface ocean may have had a significant effect on atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations over glacial-interglacial cycles. To date, the role of(More)
Sudden deceleration and frontal/rear impact configurations involve rapid movements that can cause spinal injuries. This study aimed to investigate the rotation rate effect on the L2-L3 motion segment load-sharing and to identify which spinal structure is at risk of failure and at what rotation velocity the failure may initiate? Five degrees of sagittal(More)
Intestinal injuries are responsible for significant morbidity and mortality arising from trauma to the abdomen. The biomechanical characterisation of the small intestine allows for the understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms responsible for these injuries. Studies reported in the literature focus principally on quasi-static tests, which do not(More)
In the field of numerical crash simulations in road safety research, there is a need to accurately define the initial conditions of a frontal impact for the car occupant. In particular, human models used to simulate such impacts barely take into account muscular contracting effects. This study aims to quantify drivers' behaviour in terms of posture and(More)
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