Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Session 16 – Experiments & Modelling
Thursday, 10 December 2015, 09:00-11:00
Naupaka I, II, III & IV
Chair: Q. Zhao
09.00-09:15   [O.096]
Contact dynamic mechanical analyses of compliant materials
S.A. Syed Asif*, D.D. Stauffer
Hysitron, USA
09.15-09:30   [O.097]
Fascia mechanics in striated muscle contraction
M. Léonard, D. Rancourt*
Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
09.30-09:45   [O.098]
Molecular dynamics simulations on the conformation changes of keratin coiled-coil structure due to point mutations
J.J. Yeo*, Y. Cheng, Y.W. Zhang
Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
09:45-10:00   [O.099]
Bio-inspired material design: Modeling of a biological material "nacre"
N.S. Al-Maskari*, D.A. McAdams, J.N. Reddy
Texas A&M University, USA
10:00-10:15   [O.100]
Multiaxial mechanical properties of the human myocardium including its microstructure
G. Sommer*1, M. Andrä2, G.A. Holzapfel1
1Graz University of Technology, Austria, 2Klinikum Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria
10:15-10:30   [O.101]
Nature’s puncture-resistant flexible composites: Design lessons from shark skeletons
M.N. Dean*1, R. Seidel1, L. Li2, A. Hosny2, J.C. Weaver2, A. Luger1, M. Schotte3, D. Knoetel3, D. Baum3, P. Fratzl1
1Max Planck Institute, Germany, 2Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, USA, 3Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany
10.30-10:45   [O.102]
Multiscale modelling of structure-mechanics relationships of biological fibrous materials
Z. Qin*, M.J. Buehler
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
11:45-12:00   [O.071]
Multiphoton imaging and mechanobiological modelling of the urinary bladder
J. Hornsby*1, D. Daly2, D. Grundy2, A. Robertson3, L. Birder3, M. Thompson1, P. Watton2,4
1University of Oxford, UK, 2University of Sheffield, UK, 3University of Pittsburgh, USA, 4INSIGNEO, UK