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Development of an Open Source Framework to position and personalize Human Body Models

Abstract : The current manuscript reports on the development status of a software framework to scale (personalize) and position Human Body Models used in safety applications, i.e. the PIPER framework. The framework is both model and code agnostic and it was successfully used with Thums, GHBMC and the new PIPER scalable child model. Various transformation methods to scale or positioning were implemented in an interactive application. The software was released under the Open Source General Public License (GPL) version 2.
Mots-clés : MODELISATION BIOMECANIQUE
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Philippe Petit, Stefan Kirscht, Svein Kleiven, Anoop Chawla, Erwan Jolivet, et al.. Development of an Open Source Framework to position and personalize Human Body Models. Forty-Fourth International Workshop on Injury Biomechanics Research (NHTSA), Nov 2016, Washington DC, United States. ⟨hal-01726605⟩

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