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Data from Uniaxial Compression testing and validation scripts for Cauchy stress modeling to design anatomical silicone replicas

Georges Hattab1*, Tilman Ahlfeld2, Anna Klimova1, Alexander Koepp3, Michael Schuerer4, Stefanie Speidel1

1 National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT) Dresden, Technical University Dresden, Helmholtz Association / Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden, Germany

2 Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research, Faculty of Medicine University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden, Germany

3 Faculty of Medicine University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden, Germany

4 National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT) Dresden, Faculty of Medicine University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, National Centre for Radiation Research in Oncology (OncoRay), Technical University Dresden, Helmholtz Association / Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf (HZDR), Dresden, Germany

* Corresponding authors emails: georges.hattab@nct-dresden.de
DOI10.24435/materialscloud:2020.0019/v1 [version v1]

Publication date: Feb 06, 2020

How to cite this record

Georges Hattab, Tilman Ahlfeld, Anna Klimova, Alexander Koepp, Michael Schuerer, Stefanie Speidel, Data from Uniaxial Compression testing and validation scripts for Cauchy stress modeling to design anatomical silicone replicas, Materials Cloud Archive 2020.0019/v1 (2020), doi: 10.24435/materialscloud:2020.0019/v1.

Description

Anatomically realistic organ replicas or phantoms allow for accurate studies and reproducible research. To recreate a human kidney, mimicry of the viscoelastic properties of the human kidney is crucial. However, none of the related work addressed the design and development of a kidney phantom using only silicone as material. In contrast to paraffin and hydrogel, silicone is an ideal variant for its extended shelf life, soft-tissue-like feeling, and viscoelastic modularity. To this end, we conducted uniaxial compression testing and Cauchy stress modeling. Results indicate that none of the available manufacturer silicone brands are suitable for the task of creating a realistic kidney phantom. Indeed, the tested silicone mixtures in low and high strain do not fall within the required approximate target compressive moduli of 20 kPa and 500 kPa, respectively. This work provides a frame of reference for future work by avoiding the pitfalls of the selected ready-made silicones and reusing the reported theoretical and experimental setup to design a realistic replica of the kidney organ.

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G. Hattab, T. Ahlfeld, A. Klimova, A. Koepp, M. Schuerer, S. Speidel. Scientific Data (2020)

Keywords

uniaxial compression Young's modulus silicone Blatz model kidney replica Cauchy stress stress strain