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 Title & Authors
Sensitivity analysis of skull fracture
Vicini, Anthony; Goswami, Tarun;
 
 Abstract
Results from multiple high profile experiments on the parameters influencing the impacts that cause skull fractures to the frontal, temporal, and parietal bones were gathered and analyzed. The location of the impact as a binary function of frontal or lateral strike, the velocity, the striking area of the impactor, and the force needed to cause skull fracture in each experiment were subjected to statistical analysis using the JMP statistical software pack. A novel neural network model predicting skull fracture threshold was developed with a high statistical correlation ($R^2
 Keywords
biomedical engineering;bone biomechanics;mechanics coupled with human activity;modeling and simulation;medical mechanics;
 Language
English
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