Chris Van Ee
Chris Van Ee
Design Research Engineering and Wayne State University
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Quantifying skeletal muscle properties in cadaveric test specimens: effects of mechanical loading, postmortem time, and freezer storage.
CA Van Ee, AL Chasse, BS Myers
Journal of biomechanical engineering 122 (1), 9, 2000
Improved estimation of human neck tensile tolerance: reducing the range of reported tolerance using anthropometrically correct muscles and optimized physiologic initial conditions.
VC Chancey, RW Nightingale, CA Van Ee, KE Knaub, BS Myers
Stapp car crash journal 47, 135-153, 2003
Tensile properties of the human muscular and ligamentous cervical spine.
CA Van Ee, RW Nightingale, DL Camacho, VC Chancey, KE Knaub, ...
Stapp car crash journal 44, 85-102, 2000
Mechanical properties and anthropometry of the human infant head
MT Prange, JF Luck, A Dibb, CA Van Ee, RW Nightingale, BS Myers
Stapp Car Crash J 48, 279-299, 2004
The tolerance of the human hip to dynamic knee loading
JD Rupp, MP Reed, CA Van Ee, S Kuppa, SC Wang, JA Goulet, ...
SAE Technical Paper, 2002
Tolerance of the skull to blunt ballistic temporo-parietal impact
D Raymond, C Van Ee, G Crawford, C Bir
Journal of biomechanics 42 (15), 2479-2485, 2009
Cervical spine geometry in the automotive seated posture: variations with age, stature, and gender
KDS Klinich, SM Ebert, CA Van Ee, CAC Flannagan, M Prasad, M Reed, ...
SAE Technical Paper, 2004
Dynamic biaxial tissue properties of the human cadaver aorta.
CS Shah, WN Hardy, MJ Mason, KH Yang, CA Van Ee, R Morgan, ...
Stapp car crash journal 50, 217, 2006
On the structural and material properties of mammalian skeletal muscle and its relevance to human cervical impact dynamics
BS Myers, CA Van Ee, DL Camacho, CT Woolley, TM Best
Proceedings: Stapp Car Crash Conference 39, 203-214, 1995
Mechanisms of traumatic rupture of the aorta and associated peri-isthmic motion and deformation.
WN Hardy, CS Shah, MJ Mason, JM Kopacz, KH Yang, AI King, ...
Stapp car crash journal 52, 233-265, 2008
Study of potential mechanisms of traumatic rupture of the aorta using insitu experiments.
WN Hardy, CS Shah, JM Kopacz, KH Yang, CA Van Ee, R Morgan, ...
Stapp car crash journal 50, 247-266, 2006
Injury mechanisms in the pediatric cervical spine during out-of-position airbag deployments
RW Nightingale, BA Winkelstein, CA Van Ee, BS Myers
Annual Proceedings/Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine 42 …, 1998
The effect of postmortem time and freezer storage on the mechanical properties of skeletal muscle
CA Van Ee, AL Chasse, BS Myers
SAE transactions, 2811-2820, 1998
Skull Biomechanics
CR Bass, BS Myers, MB Panzer, C Van Ee, AM Loyd
Orthopaedic Biomechanics, 136-167, 2012
Exploring the role of lateral bending postures and asymmetric loading on cervical spine compression responses
DE Toomey, MJ Mason, WN Hardy, KH Yang, JM Kopacz, C Van Ee
ASME 2009 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 375-382, 2009
Evaluation and refinement of the CRABI-6 anthropomorphic test device injury criteria for skull fracture
C Van Ee, B Moroski-Browne, D Raymond, K Thibault, W Hardy, ...
ASME 2009 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 387-393, 2009
Techniques and Applications for Strain Measurements of Skeletal Muscle
C Van Ee, BS Myers
Biomechanical Systems: Techniques and Applications, Volume III …, 2000
The Hybrid III Upper and Lower Neck Response in Compressive Loading Scenarios With Known Human Injury Outcomes
DE Toomey, KH Yang, CA Van Ee
Traffic injury prevention 15 (sup1), S223-S230, 2014
ATV rollover, rider response, and determinants of injury: in-depth analysis of video-documented ATV rollover events
CA Van Ee, DE Toomey, BA Moroski-Browne, M Vander Roest, A Wilson
Traffic injury prevention 15 (sup1), S190-S196, 2014
High-speed biaxial tissue properties of the human cadaver aorta
CS Shah, MJ Mason, KH Yang, WN Hardy, CA Van Ee, R Morgan, ...
ASME 2005 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 103-111, 2005
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