Oliver Röhrle
Oliver Röhrle
Cluster of Excellence for Simulation Technology, University of Stuttgart, Germany
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Three-dimensional finite element modelling of muscle forces during mastication
O Röhrle, AJ Pullan
Journal of biomechanics 40 (15), 3363-3372, 2007
1622007
OpenCMISS: a multi-physics & multi-scale computational infrastructure for the VPH/Physiome project
C Bradley, A Bowery, R Britten, V Budelmann, O Camara, R Christie, ...
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 107 (1), 32-47, 2011
1082011
A physiologically based, multi-scale model of skeletal muscle structure and function
O Röhrle, JB Davidson, AJ Pullan
Frontiers in physiology 3, 358, 2012
722012
Bridging scales: a three-dimensional electromechanical finite element model of skeletal muscle
O Röhrle, JB Davidson, AJ Pullan
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 30 (6), 2882-2904, 2008
682008
A multiscale chemo-electro-mechanical skeletal muscle model to analyze muscle contraction and force generation for different muscle fiber arrangements
T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Frontiers in physiology 5, 498, 2014
532014
Review of the human masticatory system and masticatory robotics
WL Xu, JE Bronlund, J Potgieter, KD Foster, O Röhrle, AJ Pullan, ...
Mechanism and Machine Theory 43 (11), 1353-1375, 2008
532008
Biophysical virtual model database and applications
NP Smith, DM Budgett, PJ Hunter, DTK Malcolm, LKW Cheng, MP Nash, ...
US Patent App. 12/375,354, 2010
482010
Using a motion‐capture system to record dynamic articulation for application in CAD/CAM software
O Röhrle, JN Waddell, KD Foster, H Saini, AJ Pullan
Journal of Prosthodontics: Implant, Esthetic and Reconstructive Dentistry 18 …, 2009
412009
Modeling the chemoelectromechanical behavior of skeletal muscle using the parallel open-source software library OpenCMISS
T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 2013, 2013
392013
Simulating the electro-mechanical behavior of skeletal muscles
O Rohrle
Computing in Science & Engineering 12 (6), 48-58, 2010
332010
Impact of transmural heterogeneities on arterial adaptation
H Schmid, PN Watton, MM Maurer, J Wimmer, P Winkler, YK Wang, ...
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 9 (3), 295-315, 2010
312010
Reconstruction of muscle fascicle architecture from iodine-enhanced microCT images: a combined texture mapping and streamline approach
K Kupczik, H Stark, R Mundry, FT Neininger, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Journal of theoretical biology 382, 34-43, 2015
302015
The role of oral soft tissues in swallowing function: what can tongue pressure tell us?
JA Kieser, MG Farland, H Jack, M Farella, Y Wang, O Rohrle
Australian dental journal 59, 155-161, 2014
302014
A two-muscle, continuum-mechanical forward simulation of the upper limb
O Röhrle, M Sprenger, S Schmitt
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 16 (3), 743-762, 2017
282017
Predicting electromyographic signals under realistic conditions using a multiscale chemo–electro–mechanical finite element model
M Mordhorst, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Interface focus 5 (2), 20140076, 2015
262015
A multi-scale continuum model of skeletal muscle mechanics predicting force enhancement based on actin–titin interaction
T Heidlauf, T Klotz, C Rode, E Altan, C Bleiler, T Siebert, O Röhrle
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 15 (6), 1423-1437, 2016
252016
Multiscale musculoskeletal modelling, data–model fusion and electromyography-informed modelling
J Fernandez, J Zhang, T Heidlauf, M Sartori, T Besier, O Röhrle, D Lloyd
Interface focus 6 (2), 20150084, 2016
242016
Model-based identification of motion sensor placement for tracking retraction and elongation of the tongue
YK Wang, MP Nash, AJ Pullan, JA Kieser, O Röhrle
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 12 (2), 383-399, 2013
222013
Spreading out muscle mass within a Hill-type model: a computer simulation study
M Günther, O Röhrle, DFB Haeufle, S Schmitt
Computational and mathematical methods in medicine 2012, 2012
222012
A continuum-mechanical skeletal muscle model including actin-titin interaction predicts stable contractions on the descending limb of the force-length relation
T Heidlauf, T Klotz, C Rode, T Siebert, O Röhrle
PLoS computational biology 13 (10), e1005773, 2017
212017
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