Cervical spine response in frontal crash.

@article{Panzer2011CervicalSR,
  title={Cervical spine response in frontal crash.},
  author={Matthew Brian Panzer and Jason B. Fice and Duane S Cronin},
  journal={Medical engineering & physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 9},
  pages={1147-59}
}
Predicting neck response and injury resulting from motor vehicle accidents is essential to improving occupant protection. A detailed human cervical spine finite element model has been developed, with material properties and geometry determined a priori of any validation, for the evaluation of global kinematics and tissue-level response. Model validation was based on flexion/extension response at the segment level, tension response of the whole ligamentous cervical spine, head kinematic response… CONTINUE READING

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