November 7, 2022 at 4:22 pmHosna GhaderiSubscriber
I am working on a soft tissue contraction. However, I couldn't find any guide on how to simulate it. Do you have any idea?
Or how can I define a material with an activation level?
Thank you in advance!
November 14, 2022 at 8:57 pmSheldon ImaokaAnsys Employee
Structural analysis can be performed of tissue, but this usually involves external forces acting on the material, not due to muscle contraction. What is the excitation? What is the objective of your analysis?
Also, what is meant by "material with an activation level"?
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