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I have pointed out these things because the more you see how strangely Nature behaves, the harder it is to make a model that explains how even the simplest phenomena actually work. So theoretical physics has given up on that. \qauthor{Richard P.\ Feynman \cite{Feynman2006} }
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I see that you have hitherto been one of that herd who, in order to learn how matters such as this take place, and in order to acquire a knowledge of natural effects, do not betake themselves to ships or crossbows or cannons, but retire into their studies and glance through an index and a table of contents to see whether Aristotle has said anything about them; and, being assured of the true sense of his text, consider that nothing else can be known. \qauthor{Galileo Galilei \cite{Galilei1632}}
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I see that you have hitherto been one of that herd who, in order to learn how matters such as this take place, and in order to acquire a knowledge of natural effects, do not betake themselves to ships or crossbows or cannons, but retire into their studies and glance through an index and a table of contents to see whether Aristotle has said anything about them; and, being assured of the true sense of his text, consider that nothing else can be known. \qauthor{Galileo Galilei \cite{Galilei1632}}
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I have pointed out these things because the more you see how strangely Nature behaves, the harder it is to make a model that explains how even the simplest phenomena actually work. So theoretical physics has given up on that. \qauthor{Richard P.\ Feynman \cite{Feynman2006} }
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The use of an ovine model circumvents the ethical and financial problems associated with the use of bipedal animal models. \qauthor{Armstrong, Read \& Price \cite{Armstrong1995} }
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\chapter{Introduction}
Pressure ulcers are localised injuries to the skin and/or underlying tissue due to mechanical loading. Deep Tissue Injury is a severe type of pressure ulcer originating subcutaneously. To better understand the aetiology of Deep Tissue Injury, \href{https://www.tue.nl/stbe}{our group} studies physiological changes due to mechanical loading in a rat model \cite{Bosboom2003,Loerakker2010,Loerakker2011,Loerakker2011a,Oomens2010,Nierop2010,Ceelen2008, Stekelenburg2006, Stekelenburg2006a, Stekelenburg2007}. In this rat model, the animal's tibialis anterior muscle is deformed with an indenter inside a magnetic resonance (MR) imaging scanner. MR imaging allows for assessment of physiological changes, e.g. (re)perfusion and tissue damage, due to the deformation of the muscle. Animal specific finite element (FE) models are used to assess the relationship between the mechanical internal tissue state and tissue damage in the rat model.
Pressure ulcers are localised injuries to the skin and/or underlying tissue due to mechanical loading. Deep Tissue Injury is a severe type of pressure ulcer originating subcutaneously. To better understand the aetiology of Deep Tissue Injury, \href{https://www.tue.nl/stem}{our group} studies physiological changes due to mechanical loading in a rat model \cite{Bosboom2003,Loerakker2010,Loerakker2011,Loerakker2011a,Oomens2010,Nierop2010,Ceelen2008, Stekelenburg2006, Stekelenburg2006a, Stekelenburg2007}. In this rat model, the animal's tibialis anterior muscle is deformed with an indenter inside a magnetic resonance (MR) imaging scanner. MR imaging allows for assessment of physiological changes, e.g. (re)perfusion and tissue damage, due to the deformation of the muscle. Animal specific finite element (FE) models are used to assess the relationship between the mechanical internal tissue state and tissue damage in the rat model.
Until recently, (animal specific) FE analysis of the experiments was restricted to cross sectional (2D) FE models. In the current project \textsl{Non-invasive monitoring of deep tissue injury} \cite{Traa2015} the aim is to extend a previously developed cross sectional (2D) FE models \cite{Loerakker2010} to a FE model of the complete leg (i.e.\ 3D) \cite{Traa2014}. The first objective of these animal specific full leg 3D models is to assess the shortcomings of cross sectional 2D modelling (or: to assess what extra information can be obtained by switching to full leg 3D modelling).\\
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\section{License and availability}
BasilLab is released under a \href{https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.5/}{Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License}. Feel free to copy and share this software.
BasilLab is released under a \href{https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html}{GNU General Public License}. Feel free to copy and share this software.
Note that there is ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; not even for FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, and certainly not for MERCHANTABILITY.\warning\\
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\section{Honour due and `backward compatibility'}
BasilLab evolved out of a set of scripts written by Willeke Traa that were meant to do this kind of `MRI-data-to-FE-model' for FE modelling in FEBio. The general work flow was set-up by Willeke and changed little to nothing in BasilLab. When this document refers to `backward compatibility' it means backward compatibility with Willeke's proto-BasilLab (e.g.\ in BasilLab some names may have been changed, to protect the innocent).
BasilLab evolved out of a set of scripts written by Willeke Traa that were meant to do this kind of `MRI-data-to-FE-model' for FE modelling in FEBio. The general work flow was set-up by Willeke and changed little to nothing in BasilLab. When this document refers to `backward compatibility' it means backward compatibility with Willeke's proto-BasilLab (e.g.\ in BasilLab some names may have been changed, to protect the innocent).\\
\noindent When you use (parts of) BasilLab, or adapt BasilLab to your own needs, we kindly ask you to cite:\\
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\cite{Traa2018} Willeke A.\ Traa, Mark C.\ van Turnhout, Kevin M.\ Moerman, Jules L.\ Nelissen, Aart J.\ Nederveen,
Gustav J.\ Strijkers, Dan L.\ Bader and Cees W.J.\ Oomens. MRI based 3D finite element modelling
to investigate suspected deep tissue injury in a rat model. \textsl{Computer Methods in Biomechanics \&
Biomedical Engineering}, 2018. Submitted.
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