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-===== Foreword: where to find it? ===== 
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-  * Input data (Ls-Dyna3D):​ see the [[downloads|download page]] 
-  * Documentation:​ provided with the archive. 
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 ===== The PIPER scalable Human Body Model  ===== ===== The PIPER scalable Human Body Model  =====
  
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 The model is continuously scalable using Gebod derived data for anthropometry and Kriging interpolation. Material properties can also be scaled (experimental). The scaling can easily be performed using the [[framework|PIPER framework]]. The model response was checked against most existing sources for child biomechanical response to impact. ​ The model is continuously scalable using Gebod derived data for anthropometry and Kriging interpolation. Material properties can also be scaled (experimental). The scaling can easily be performed using the [[framework|PIPER framework]]. The model response was checked against most existing sources for child biomechanical response to impact. ​
  
-Both model and all response verification will be released under an Open Source ​license ​(GPLv3 +liability and Open Science clauses) ​end of April 2017.+Both model and all response verification will be released under an Open Source ​licenses ​(Model: ​GPLv3 +liability and Open Science clauses, response setups: Creative Commons CC-BY-4.0).
  
 Selecting this license and providing and the setups used to check the response of the model is hoped to help reproducibility of simulation processes. Selecting this license and providing and the setups used to check the response of the model is hoped to help reproducibility of simulation processes.
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 +===== Where to find it? =====
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 +  * see the [[downloads|download page]]
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