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Resolution of Non-Linear Problems In Realistic-Lung-Inflating Simulation with Finite Element Method.

Abstract : Hadrontherapy treatment needs accurate tumour targeting, which is difficult for lung cancer due to breathing motions. We propose to quantify lung deformation and displacement by a simulation technique based on the geometrical and mechanical properties of organs. Thereby, we model lung behaviour by a 3D dynamic deformable model derived from continuous mechanics, computed with finite elements method (FEM).
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Pierre-Frédéric Villard, Vincent Baudet, Michaël Beuve, Behzad Shariat, Fabrice Jaillet. Resolution of Non-Linear Problems In Realistic-Lung-Inflating Simulation with Finite Element Method.. 10th workshop on Heavy Charged Particles in Biology and Medicine. Oropa (Italy), 2005, Oropa, Italy. pp.184--187. ⟨hal-00849205⟩

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