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The influence of stem positioning on bone strains in cementless total hip replacements

Bah, M., Browne, M., Xuan, B., Bryan, R. and Young, P. (2011) The influence of stem positioning on bone strains in cementless total hip replacements At 2011 Simpleware Users Meeting, United Kingdom. 09 Nov 2011. 1 pp.

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Bone stress fields can be now automatically generated under various loading conditions using CT-based Finite Element (FE) Analysis [1]. Accounting for the influence of implant positioning on bone strains, however, requires re-implanting the femur and re-simulating the corresponding FE models. This work combines Simpleware mesh refinement tool with a mesh morphing technique to automatically: (a) generate these models and (b) compute bone Von Mises total mechanical strains as the implant position varies.

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Published date: 9 November 2011
Venue - Dates: 2011 Simpleware Users Meeting, United Kingdom, 2011-11-09 - 2011-11-09
Organisations: Bioengineering Group


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Date deposited: 23 Jan 2012 14:55
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:48

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Author: M. Bah
Author: M. Browne ORCID iD
Author: B. Xuan
Author: R. Bryan
Author: P. Young

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