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Inverse identification of bi-material soft tissue parameters

Abstract : Keloid scars are considered to be benign tumors of the skin that can grow beyond the initial limits of a wound. The preferential appearance of keloids in certain anatomical sites and their pattern of growth attests to the influence of the mechanical stress as one of the driving factors [1]. Thus, a mechanical characterization of a keloid scar is to be done in order to better understand the keloid and, ultimately, to
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Aflah Elouneg, Danas Sutula, Arnaud Lejeune, Jérôme Chambert, Franz Chouly, et al.. Inverse identification of bi-material soft tissue parameters. 14th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM) ECCOMAS 2020, Jan 2021, Paris, France. ⟨hal-03549361⟩

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