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In this work, the mechanical behaviour of hydrophilic and hydrophobic acrylates has been characterised by depth sensing indentation. Time-dependent behaviour has been studied using load-relaxation tests. Experiments have been simulated with a finite element software using a visco-hyperelastic material model. The parameters of this model have been determined using deep learning techniques. The developed material models have been used to mechanically simulate a standard compression test of a prototype intraocular lens. Copyright © 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.


I Cabeza-Gil, B Calvo, A Rico, C Reinhards-Hervás, J Rodríguez. Mechanical characterisation of hydrophobic and hydrophilic acrylates used in intraocular lenses through depth sensing indentation. Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials. 2022 Feb;126:104997

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