CM&EB Labs

Current Research Projects:

  • Constitutive laws for active response of arteries – experimental methods – (Aviad)
  • Failure laws of long human bones – simulation by FEA based on experimental observations – Funded project (Maxime)
  • Tumor ablation in bones – (Shani)
  • Multiple Myeloma and bones – Funded Project (Leetal)
  • Mechanical response of the functional spine unit – (Sahar)
  • AI for tumors identification and FEA of femurs with tumors – Funded project (Oren)
  • Failure laws for V-notched metals – Funded project (Looking for a grad students)

Computational Mechanics Laboratory:

Experimental Biomechanics Lab:

Research Topics:

Experimental and FE simulations of human bones
Application of FE methods for the analysis of bone strength in Clinical Practice
Patient-Specific FE-models constructed from CT-scans and validated by experimental observations.  
Fracture risk laws are sought.

p-FE for biomechanics of arteries:
Incorporating hyperelastic constitutive models, active response, blood-wall interaction.
Incorporating hyperelastic constitutive models (passive and active response) of human arteries in the framework of p-FEMs.
Performing experiments on human arteries in active state.
The following pictures show our experimental equipment and a high-order FE analysis including active response.

Generalized fracture mechanics
Numerical, analytical and experimental research on generalized failure
criterion in 3-D mechanical components (funded project ).
Pictures show a 3P bending experiment and the FE of a V-notched specimen.

Contact:
Email: yosibash@tauex.tau.ac.il
Phone: 03-6408809
Website: https://www.yosibash.sites.tau…
Office: Wolfson – Engineering, 227

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