Volume 17 (2023)
Volume 16 (2022)
Volume 15 (2021)
Volume 14 (2020)
Volume 13 (2019)
Volume 12 (2018)
Volume 11 (2017)
Volume 10 (2016)
Volume 9 (2015)
Volume 8 (2014)
Volume 7 (2013)
Volume 6 (2012)
Volume 5 (2011)
Volume 4 (2010)
Volume 3 (2009)
Volume 2 (2008)
Volume 1 (2007)
Volume -2 (2005)
Volume -1 (2004)
Rehabilitation Engineering
Clinical Assessment of Force Plate for Predicting the Intensity of Disorder and Limit differential Diagnoses in Steppage Gait

Nima Jamshidi; Mostafa Rostami; Siamak Najarian; Mohammad Bagher Menhaj; Mohammad Saadatnia; Firouz Salami

Volume 2, Issue 1 , June 2008, , Pages 57-64

  In this research the kinematics parameters derived from ground reaction forces were evaluated to limit the differential diagnoses and measure the degree of disabilities during the walking among neuropathic subjects. 25 neuropathic subjects affected by drop foot and 20 normal subjects were enrolled in ...  Read More

Tissue Engineering
Studying The Biomechanical Behavior Of Brain Tissue Comparing Elastic And Hyperelastic Models

Farhad Farmanzad; Siamak Najarian; Mohammad Reza Eslami; Amir Saeed Seddighi

Volume 1, Issue 4 , June 2007, , Pages 281-288

  Two different types of computer modeling, i.e., the elastic and hyperelastic plane strain models were employed and compared with each other. Using finite element analysis, we determined a suitable model for describing the biomechanical behavior of the brain, especially the deformation and displacement ...  Read More

Cardiovascular Biomechanics
Simulation Of Blood Flow In The Sac-Type Ventricular Assist Device Using Computational Fluid Dynamic

Faramarz Firouzi; Nasser Fatouraee; Siamak Najarian

Volume -1, Issue 2 , June 2005, , Pages 129-142

  Nowadays in the industrial world, because of increase of heart transplantation demand, long-term ventricular assist devices (VAD) are more needed. Implantable sac-type is one of the newest of them producing pulsatile flow. In this research, three different models of sac-type VAD are numerically simulated. ...  Read More