Tanvir R. Faisal

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Plant petioles and stems are hierarchical cellular structures, displaying structural features defined at multiple length scales. One or more of the intermediate hierarchical levels consists of tissues, in which the cellular distribution is quasirandom. The current work focuses on the realistic modeling of plant tissue microstructures. The finite-edge(More)
Plant petioles and stems are hierarchical cellular structures, displaying structural features defined at multiple length scales. The current work focuses on the multi-scale modelling of plant tissue, considering two orders of structural hierarchy, cell wall and tissue. The stiffness of plant tissue is largely governed by the geometry of the tissue cells,(More)
Plant petioles and stems are hierarchical cellular structures, displaying geometrical features defined at multiple length scales. One or more of the intermediate hierarchical levels consists of tissues in which the cellular distribution is quasi-random, a factor that affects the elastic properties of the tissues. The current work focuses on the finite(More)
Image-based finite element analysis (FEA) has been considered an effective computational tool to predict hip fracture risk. The patient specific FEA gives an insight into the inclusive effect of three-dimensional (3D) complex bone geometry, and the distribution of inhomogeneous isotropic material properties in conjunction with loading conditions. The neck(More)
BACKGROUND Hip fracture of elderly people-suffering from osteoporosis-is a severe public health concern, which can be reduced by providing a prior assessment of hip fracture risk. Image-based finite element analysis (FEA) has been considered an effective computational tool to assess the hip fracture risk. Considering the femoral neck region is the weakest,(More)
Plant petioles can be considered as hierarchical cellular structures, displaying geometric features defined at multiple length scales. Their macroscopic mechanical properties are the cumulative outcome of structural properties attained at each level of the structural hierarchy. This work appraises the compliance of a rhubarb stalk by determining the stalk's(More)
Femoral neck region is the weakest in which the fracture takes place when someone falls sideways. The sideways fall develops peak tensile and compressive stresses in the inferior and superior surfaces of the femoral neck, whereas the state of stress is reversed for a single-stance loading. Therefore, a CT based finite element analysis can be an effective(More)
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