Type

Book Chapter

Authors

M. D. Gilchrist
T. J. Horgan
Mary C. Doorly

Subjects

Engineering

Topics
finite element methods finite element modelling brain injury falls multibody dynamics impact biomechanics accident reconstruction head injury

Reconstruction of Head Injury Cases Arising from Falls Using the UCD Brain Trauma Model (2005)

Abstract While Road Traffic Accidents continue to be the largest contributor to head injury, falls are usually second in prevalence. This paper looks at numerical modelling techniques, namely multibody body dynamics and finite element methods, in order to reconstruct two real-life accident cases arising from falls. Various modelling strategies are explored, and the results are compared with existing published brain injury tolerance levels.
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Full list of authors on original publication

M. D. Gilchrist, T. J. Horgan, Mary C. Doorly

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