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Mechanical Behaviour of Human Skin in Vivo

@inproceedings{Hendriks2001MechanicalBO,
  title={Mechanical Behaviour of Human Skin in Vivo},
  author={F. M. Hendriks},
  year={2001}
}
The mechanical properties of human skin are of great importance to predict skin doming in a shaver. Brokken [1] showed that among others the role of the different skin layers is important. The goal of this joint PhD-project by Eindhoven University of Technology and PCI is to determine the mechanical properties of different skin layers. Current knowledge suggests that this goal can be achieved by combining (existing) skin imaging methods with mechanical experiments. This literature review… 

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