View Full Version : skeletal muscle & hyperelastic constitutive eqns.

Jeff Armitstead
04-22-1998, 06:12 PM
Greetings from a member of the human race (unless my mother isn't
telling me something).

I've been trolling the literature for references pertaining to the
modeling of skeletal muscle
using hyperelastic constitutive equations in a finite element setting or
using some form of
reduced model.

I've come across plenty of articles regarding myocardium, skin, spinal
disks, cells, eyes,
arteries, passive soft tissue - you name it - but not many for (active
or passive) skeletal

I would be grateful if anyone could share some relevant sources with me
and, of course,
I would happily post a summary of any responses.




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