Mechanics of the human femoral adventitia including the high-pressure response.

@article{SchulzeBauer2002MechanicsOT,
  title={Mechanics of the human femoral adventitia including the high-pressure response.},
  author={Christian Schulze-Bauer and P. Regitnig and Gerhard A Holzapfel},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={282 6},
  pages={H2427-40}
}
Adventitial mechanics were studied on the basis of adventitial tube tests and associated stress analyses utilizing a thin-walled model. Inflation tests of 11 nonstenotic human femoral arteries (79.3 +/- 8.2 yr, means +/- SD) were performed during autopsy. Adventitial tubes were separated anatomically and underwent cyclic, quasistatic extension-inflation tests using physiological pressures and high pressures up to 100 kPa. Associated circumferential and axial stretches were typically <20… CONTINUE READING
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