Gentaro Hirota firstname.lastname@example.org
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In this clip, three materials are compared. Mooney-Rivlin (yellow), Veronda (green), and a fiber-reinforced Mooney-Rivlin (cyan) exhibit different responses to gravitational load.
|This is an example of Material Synthesizer.
The material parameters can be interactively manipulated by using JAVA
applets. The graph below shows the highly nonlinear strain-stress curve of
the Veronda model.
A 5x7 array of bars attached on a 45 degree slope are deformed by their own weights.
A tetrahedral mesh of a human leg was generated from Visible Man Data.
The sound is from Mel Brooks's "Young Frankenstein."
The shape of skin in a knee flexion.
This clip starts as opaque skin display, and turns into wire frame rendering that reveals skin, muscles, and bones.
Notice the patella (knee cap) sliding over the thigh bone (femur).
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These clips show the cross section to examine sliding contact between various organs. Small cubes are node points of the finite element mesh.
Close-up of the cross section view.