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Novel simulation tool for patient specific nitinol stenting

Sander De Bock (UGent) , Matthieu De Beule (UGent) , Patrick Segers (UGent) and Benedict Verhegghe (UGent)
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A preliminary finite element model of a tubular (nitinol) stent graft for the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair is presented. We first developed a parametric stent graft model of a generic tubular stent design with the open source pyFormex software. Subsequently the Abaqus commercial finite element solver was employed to study the mechanical behavior, using user defined analytical surfaces to manipulate the stent design.
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stent, biomechanics, pyformex, finite element

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De Bock, Sander, Matthieu De Beule, Patrick Segers, and Benedict Verhegghe. 2010. “Novel Simulation Tool for Patient Specific Nitinol Stenting.” In Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 9th, Abstracts, 25–25.
APA
De Bock, S., De Beule, M., Segers, P., & Verhegghe, B. (2010). Novel simulation tool for patient specific nitinol stenting. Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 9th, Abstracts (pp. 25–25). Presented at the 9th Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering.
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De Bock S, De Beule M, Segers P, Verhegghe B. Novel simulation tool for patient specific nitinol stenting. Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 9th, Abstracts. 2010. p. 25–25.
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De Bock, Sander, Matthieu De Beule, Patrick Segers, et al. “Novel Simulation Tool for Patient Specific Nitinol Stenting.” Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 9th, Abstracts. 2010. 25–25. Print.
@inproceedings{1256214,
  abstract     = {A preliminary finite element model of a tubular (nitinol) stent graft for the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair is presented. We first developed a parametric stent graft model of a generic tubular stent design with the open source pyFormex software. Subsequently the Abaqus commercial finite element solver was employed to study the mechanical behavior, using user defined analytical surfaces to manipulate the stent design.},
  author       = {De Bock, Sander and De Beule, Matthieu and Segers, Patrick and Verhegghe, Benedict},
  booktitle    = {Belgian Day on Biomedical Engineering, 9th, Abstracts},
  keyword      = {stent,biomechanics,pyformex,finite element},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brussels, Belgium},
  pages        = {25--25},
  title        = {Novel simulation tool for patient specific nitinol stenting},
  year         = {2010},
}