Samuel A . Lippert

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Computer modeling is becoming increasingly important in the realm of brain biomechanics and injury. New computer simulations range from modeling of brain surgery, a low frequency, high strain event, to predicting injury as a result of an impact to the head, a high frequency event with varying strain magnitudes. This range of modeling efforts requires(More)
INTRODUCTION The increasing importance of brain tissue mechanical properties, as a result of new computer models of the head and brain, cannot be understated. Current modeling efforts include, but are not limited to, surgical simulations and models of closed head injury . Unfortunately, given the frequency and strain [1, 2] dependence of brain tissue, the(More)
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