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By G. Fiskum, J. Hazelton, R. Gullapalli, W. L. Fourney (auth.), Keith E. Herold, Jafar Vossoughi, William E. Bentley (eds.)

The twenty sixth Southern Biomedical Engineering convention used to be hosted via the Fischell division of Bioengineering and the A. James Clark college of Engineering from April 30 – may well 2 2010.. The convention application consisted of 168 oral displays and 21 poster shows with nearly 250 registered members of which approximately part have been scholars. The classes have been designed alongside topical traces with pupil papers jumbled in randomly with extra senior investigators. there has been a pupil pageant leading to a number of most sensible Paper and Honorable point out awards. there have been 32 technical classes taking place in 6-7 parallel classes. This court cases is a subset of the papers submitted to the convention. It comprises 147 papers prepared in topical parts. Many thank you exit to the paper reviewers who considerably more desirable the readability of the submitted papers.

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The parameters of each of the nonlinear visco-elastic elements are the same as those obtained for the highest value of strain rate value in Section III. In the following cases, the loading amplitude is assumed to be F0 = 1000 N Two values of the loading characteristic time are considered in the present study and they are given by T1 = π 25 s Fig. 5 Strain distribution for Ω = π rad/s Fig. 7π rad/s T2 = π 100 s For these two values of the characteristic time, the time variations of the stresses in each of the visco-elastic elements are shown in Fig.

Two tests were run with an experimental helmet system on the headform. The test conditions are described in Table 1. All data was collected at 500 kHz using a GaGe CompuScope (GaGe Applied, Lockport, IL) high speed data acquisition system. Overpressure time histories were Characteristic pressure response curves at various initial conditions for the anterior sensor in the configuration without helmet are provided in Figure 3. As the input pressure increases, the measured response in the brain also increases, directly correlating brain pressure magnitude with that of the loading conditions.

April 2009) Serial Changes in the White Matter Diffusion Tensor Imaging Metrics in Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury and Correlation with Nero-Cognitive Function. J. Neurotrauma. 26: 481-495. 5. Gennarelli T. (1993) Mechanisms of Brain Injury J. Emerg. Med. 11(supp 1): 5-11. 6. , Ross D. and Gennarelli T. (1993) Diffuse Axonal Injury in the Miniature Pig: Biomechanical Development and Injury Threshold. ASME WAM. 25: 169-175. 7. , (2008) Head Injury Prediction capability of the HIC, HIP, SIMon, and ULP Criteria, Accident Analysis and Prevention 40 1135-1148.

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