FEBio: Finite Elements for Biomechanics. FEBio is a nonlinear finite element solver that is specifically designed for biomechanical applications. It offers modeling scenarios, constitutive models and boundary conditions that are relevant to many research areas in biomechanics. All features can be used together seamlessly, giving the user a powerful tool for solving 3D problems in computational biomechanics. The software is open-source, and pre-compiled executables for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms are available.
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- Berger, Lorenz; Bordas, Rafel; Kay, David; Tavener, Simon: A stabilized finite element method for finite-strain three-field poroelasticity (2017)
- Mihai, L.Angela; Wyatt, Hayley; Goriely, Alain: A microstructure-based hyperelastic model for open-cell solids (2017)
- Rausch, Manuel K.; Humphrey, Jay D.: A computational model of the biochemomechanics of an evolving occlusive thrombus (2017)
- Casoni, E.; Jérusalem, A.; Samaniego, C.; Eguzkitza, B.; Lafortune, P.; Tjahjanto, D.D.; Sáez, X.; Houzeaux, G.; Vázquez, M.: Alya: computational solid mechanics for supercomputers (2015)
- Pauletti, M.Sebastian; Martinelli, Massimiliano; Cavallini, Nicola; Antolin, Pablo: Igatools: an isogeometric analysis library (2015)
- Tomic, Aleksandar; Grillo, Alfio; Salvatore, Federico: Poroelastic materials reinforced by statistically oriented fibres -- numerical implementation and application to articular cartilage (2014)
Further publications can be found at: http://febio.org/publications/