NEVA EM constructs anatomical true-CAD cross-platform human models for electromagnetic, computational fluid dynamics, thermal, and structural simulations
The models are compatible with ANSYS software, Dassault Systèmes (SIMULIA Corporation) software, and other software packages. All tissue parts are also accessible in MATLAB® format.
Static VHP-Female model v2.2 - VHP-Female College - is also available to all interested professionals free of charge and is a product of NSF SBIR Phase I grant 1520168 and NIH/National Library of Medicine SBIR Phase I grant R43 LM012352-01A1
Computational Model Description
VHP-Female Version 2.2 - locked 10/31/2015 - VHP-Female College
Created using the open-source high-resolution cryosection image dataset from the Visible Human Project® (VHP) Female of the U.S. National Library of Medicine
26 tissues, 184 individual tissue parts
VHP-Female Version 2.2 is a truncated Version 3.0 BASE without individual muscles
VHP-Female Version 2.2 has been evaluated by a board of medical experts from Beth Israel Deaconess Med. Center, HMS, Boston, MA, USA:
Prof. Ara Nazarian (Orthopaedics), Prof. Felipe Fregni (Neurology), Alexander R. Opotowsky, MD, MMSc (Cardiovascular systems), Prof. George Haleblian (Urology), Mr. Vitaliy Poylin, MD (Gastroenterology), and Prof. Edward K. Rodriguez (Musculoskeletal tissue components). The direction of Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Weiskopf, PD Dr. Stefan Geyer, and Dr. Mikhail Kozlov (all from Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany) is also acknowledged. Tissue meshes have been updated.
. S. N. Makarov, G. M. Noetscher, J. Yanamadala, M. W. Piazza, S. Louie, A. Prokop, A. Nazarian, and A. Nummenmaa, “Virtual Human Models for Electromagnetic Studies and Their Applications,” IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, DOI 10.1109/RBME.2017.2722420, epub ahead of print, June 2017, pp. 1-27. PMID: 28682265. Online: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7964701/
VHP-Female Version 2.2 - VHP-Female College including
a. All individual tissue objects in MATLAB/STL/SAT formats
b. ANSYS HFSS/ANSYS MAXWELL3D projects files with material properties from www.itis.ethz.ch/database
c. Conversion/mesh processing MATLAB scripts
is available to all interested researchers/professors free of charge in the fulfillment of NSF SBIR Phase I grant 1520168 and NIH/National Library of Medicine SBIR Phase I grant R43 LM012352-01A1
To obtain the complete model package (dated 10/31/2015) and enroll into a distribution/update list please fill out the simple form provided below. A download link will be emailed to you.
For any questions, please contact us