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Model of the viscoelastic behaviour of skin in vivo and study of anisotropy.
BACKGROUND The single-axis extension test is relatively little used to study the mechanical properties of human skin in vivo. A campaign of tests was carried out with an original, modern machineExpand
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Measurement of the mechanical properties of the skin using the suction test.
INTRODUCTION The suction test is commonly used to study the mechanical properties of human skin in vivo. The unevenness of the stress fields complicates obtaining the intrinsic mechanical parametersExpand
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High frequency elastography for in-vivo study of the mechanical behavior of skin
The aim of this paper is to show the potential of high frequency elastography in the evaluation of the in-vivo mechanical behavior of human skin. In the first part we describe the filtered andExpand
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In-vivo imaging of skin under stress: potential of high-frequency (20 MHz) static 2-D elastography
The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential of high-frequency static two-dimensional (2-D) elastography for in vivo exploration of the mechanical behavior of skin. Our device was based on theExpand
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Conception optimale fondée sur l'expérience d'un processus de distribution automatique de pièces
Les systemes de bols vibrants sont couramment utilises pour alimenter des processus automatises de production en pieces ou sous-ensembles. Dans la pratique de leur conception, nous distinguons troisExpand
Computer aided design for assembly used in laminated framework
Abstract This paper describes a software system for the aided design of metallic connecting elements in laminated wood framework. Their main functions are to authorize small functional displacements,Expand
Conception assistée de structures en bois : détermination des assemblages
L'activite de conception d'un produit mecanique fait appel a un grand savoir de la part du concepteur, surtout lorsque son metier est avant tout traditionnel et fonde sur la formation parExpand