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Hypoelastic Soft Tissues: Part II: In-Plane Biaxial Experiments.

Acta Mech 2010 Aug;213(1-2):205-222

Clifford H. Spicer Chair in Engineering, Saginaw Valley State University, 202 Pioneer Hall, 7400 Bay Road, University Center, MI 48710, Tel.: 1-989-964-2288.

In Part I, a novel hypoelastic framework for soft-tissues was presented. One of the hallmarks of this new theory is that the well-known exponential behavior of soft-tissues arises consistently and spontaneously from the integration of a rate based formulation. In Part II, we examine the application of this framework to the problem of biaxial kinematics, which are common in experimental soft-tissue characterization. Read More

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