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Dubuis et al. indicator of the efficiency of the MCS and that the thickness of the adipose tissue in the leg can be used to estimate the comfort of the MCS. Yet, the relationship between the hydrostatic pressures measured in the vicinity of the veins using the developed model and the impact on vein-related diseases needs to be further investigated to improve our current understanding of the mechanisms of action of MCS. To address the latter point, a more realistic model will be implemented in 2D to analyse the local response of the vein wall.
When cutting progresses from one cutting plane to the next without direction change, the values of level set function φ of the nodes and integration points whose φ n ≥ 0 need to be updated. The update process is illustrated in Fig. 3. No update is done in the space where φ n < 0 (indicated as non-update space Ω non-update in Fig. 3) while the rest of the analysed domain (where φ n ≥ 0) is an update space ψ n+1 = ψ n in Ω φ n+1 = φ n in Ω non-update φ n+1 (x, y, z) = (x − xn+1 ep ) + z − zn+1 ep Txn+1 T n+1 + (y − yn+1 ep ) Tzn+1 T n+1 in Ω update (3) (4) Tyn+1 T n+1 (5) where Ω is the union of Ω non-update and Ω update regions.
Rinitial (z,θ )−rtarget (z,θ ) 2 rtarget (z,θ ) int. (4) where rsimul(z,θ ) and rtarget(z,θ ) in the numerator are, respectively, the simulation and the target radius at the θ angle of the contours (Fig. 3b), for the outer (exterior) and inner (interior) contours of the superficial soft tissues (Fig. 3c) at the height z of the leg; h1 and h2 are the boundary heights for the identification (Fig. 3a). In the denominator, rinitial(z,θ ) represents the simulation contour at the beginning of the identification process.
Computational Biomechanics for Medicine: Models, Algorithms and Implementation by Hadrien Courtecuisse, Pierre Kerfriden, Stéphane P. A. Bordas (auth.), Adam Wittek, Karol Miller, Poul M.F. Nielsen (eds.)