Finite element modeling of human skin using an isotropic, nonlinear elastic constitutive model.

@article{Bischoff2000FiniteEM,
  title={Finite element modeling of human skin using an isotropic, nonlinear elastic constitutive model.},
  author={Jeffrey E. Bischoff and Ellen M. Arruda and Karl Grosh},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={645-52}
}
The collagen network in skin is largely responsible for the nonlinear mechanical stress-strain response of skin. We hypothesize that the force-stretch response of collagen is governed by the entropics of long-chain molecules. We show that a constitutive model derived from the statistical mechanics of long-chain molecules, corresponding to the fibrous collagen network in skin, captures the mechanical response of skin. A connection between the physiologically meaningful parameters of network… CONTINUE READING

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