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A full network model of complementary non-Gaussian energy explain the mechanics of biological tissue

Saez, P.; Venturini, C.; Rodriguez, J.
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- APS March Meeting 2018
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The biophysics behind the mechanics of biology, from single molecules to the whole tissue, has been largely analyzed. The early non-Gaussian statistical mechanics has fostered fine physical models of the mechanics of DNA proteins or of the cardiovascular tissue. However, when the complexity of the physical system increases one needs to build up the assembly of a number of these elements in different configurations which usually do not reproduce the mechanical behavior obtained at the system leve...
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LACÀN - Numerical Methods for Applied Sciences and Engineering