Laure-Lise Gras

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Evaluation of 6 and 10 Year-Old Child Human Body Models in Emergency Events

Laure-Lise Gras, Isabelle Stockman, Karin Brolin
PLoS ONE. Vol. 12 (1), p. e0170377-
Journal article

Development of an Active 6-Year-Old Child Human Body Model for Simulation of Emergency Events

Karin Brolin, Isabelle Stockman, Hariharan Subramanian et al
IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, 9-11 September (IRC-15-74), p. 689-700
Paper in proceedings

Active Spine Modeling Representing a 6 Year-Old Child

Karin Brolin, Laure-Lise Gras, Isabelle Stockman
7th World Congress of Biomechanics (16-14)
Conference contribution

Safety of children in cars: A review of biomechanical aspects and human body models

Karin Brolin, Isabelle Stockman, Marianne Andersson et al
IATSS Research
Journal article

Human Body Modeling for Integrated Safety Analyses, Adult and Child Models

Karin Brolin, Laure-Lise Gras, Jonas Östh et al
the 4th International Symposium on Human Modelling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering, Aschaffenburg, Germany, May 13-14, 2013
Conference contribution

Future challenges and needs in integrated safety:Reducing disabling injuries especially for people outside the average male category

Johan Davidsson, Karin Brolin, Mats Svensson et al
Proceeding of JSAE Annual Congress, Yokohama, Japan - JSAE forum
Conference contribution

Tensile tests on a muscle: Influence of experimental conditions and of velocity on its passive response

Laure-Lise Gras, Sébastien Laporte, David Mitton et al
2012 IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, p. 515-523
Paper in proceedings

Hyper-elastic properties of the human sternocleidomastoideus muscle in tension

Laure-Lise Gras, David Mitton, Philippe Viot et al
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. Vol. 15, p. 131-140
Journal article

The non-linear response of a muscle in transverse compression: Assessment of geometry influence using a finite element model

Laure-Lise Gras, David Mitton, Nathalie Crevier-Denoix et al
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 15 (1), p. 13-21
Journal article

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