Interactive Finite Element for intra-operative simulations

This project aims at proposing a method for modeling soft tissues that is compatible with an intra-operative use of the models. Our method should take into account large displacements while maintaining “interactive” computation times. It is based on a decomposition of the displacements between one rigid movement and pure deformations, and on an updating of the stiffness matrix in order to provide a better realism in the case of large deformations.

Publications :

Nesme M., Marchal M., Promayon E., Chabanas M., Payan Y. & Faure F. (accepted). Physically realistic interactive simulation for biological soft tissues. Recent Research Developments in Biomechanics, Vol.2. (PDF)

Collaborations : Evasion Team, GRAVIR laboratory (F. Faure)

Status : First comparisons with theoretical solutions and in vitro measurements.

More information :
- http://www-timc.imag.fr/Yohan.Payan/
- http://www-timc.imag.fr/Emmanuel.Promayon/
- http://www-evasion.imag.fr/index.gb.html

Contact : Yohan.Payan@imag.fr , Emmanuel.Promayon@imag.fr


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