Orientation definition of anisotropy is important to finite element simulation of bone material properties
The assignment of bone material properties to finite element model is a fundamental step in finite element analysis and has great influence on analysis results. Most work done in this area has adopted isotropic assignment strategy as its simplicity. However, [...]

Coupling Finite Element and Mesh-free Methods for Modelling Brain Deformation in Response to Tumour Growth
Very little is known about the deformation effects of tumour growth within the brain. Computer simulations have the potential to calculate such deformations. A method for computing localised high deformations within the brain's soft tissue is presented. [...]

Assessment of Peri-Articular Implant Fitting Based on Statistical Finite Element Modeling
We present a framework for statistical finite element analysis allowing performing statistical statements of biomechanical performance of peri-articular implants across a given population. In this paper, we focus on the design of orthopaedic implants that fit [...]

Predicting implant stability: in vitro validation in artificial bone
Primary stability of osseointegrated implants is necessary for short and long-term success of the treatment. This paper presents a method to help clinicians preoperatively assess this primary implant stability. The method combines a planning software with a [...]

Comparison of Displacement-Based and Force-Based Mapped Meshing
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The finite element (FE) method is a powerful tool for the study of biomechanics. One of the limiting factors in transitioning this tool into the clinic is the time required to generate high quality meshes for analysis. Previously, we developed a mapped [...]

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