Deformable Cell Model of Tissue Growth
AbstractThis paper is devoted to modelling tissue growth with a deformable cell model. Each cell represents a polygon with particles located at its vertices. Stretching, bending and pressure forces act on particles and determine their displacement. Pressure-dependent cell proliferation is considered. Various patterns of growing tissue are observed. An application of the model to tissue regeneration is illustrated. Approximate analytical models of tissue growth are developed. View Full-Text
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Bessonov, N.; Volpert, V. Deformable Cell Model of Tissue Growth. Computation 2017, 5, 45.
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Bessonov, Nikolai; Volpert, Vitaly. 2017. "Deformable Cell Model of Tissue Growth." Computation 5, no. 4: 45.
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