Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 2, Volume 2

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J. Middleton, Gyan Pande, M. L. Jones
CRC Press, Jan 18, 1999 - Medical - 850 pages
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Contains papers presented at the Third International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (1997), which provide evidence that computer-based models, and in particular numerical methods, are becoming essential tools for the solution of many problems encountered in the field of biomedical engineering. The range of subject areas presented include the modeling of hip and knee joint replacements, assessment of fatigue damage in cemented hip prostheses, nonlinear analysis of hard and soft tissue, methods for the simulation of bone adaptation, bone reconstruction using implants, and computational techniques to model human impact. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering also details the application of numerical techniques applied to orthodontic treatment together with introducing new methods for modeling and assessing the behavior of dental implants, adhesives, and restorations.

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Contents

A dynamic optimization solution for jumping in three dimensions
11
A method of estimating control forces to achieve a given swing phase
19
A new mathematical model for the human ankle joint
27
Geometric modeling of the human upper extremity based
35
Computational modelling of influence of clamp with shape memory
38
Musculoskeletal model of the knee for studying ligament function
51
Three dimensional rigid body spring modelling and its application
59
Dynamic simulation of human flexionextension movement using
67
A mathematical model of idiopathic scoliosis
405
Required stiffness distribution in a mattress for an optimal curvature
413
use of the Sigma glove
423
Computational modelling of stress state during hand treatment
431
Kinematic and stress analysis of metacarpophalangeal joint implants
439
3D finite element modelling of a carpometacarpal implant coated
447
Computer simulation of a mobile bearing knee prosthesis
455
A knee arthroscopy training tool using virtual reality techniques
463

invitro and
77
Structural analysis and physical models of total hip replacements
87
Parameterized 3D finite element model of the cemented replaced
95
An in vivo and numerical analysis of the effect of femoral stem
103
Comparative study of the results between custom noncoated
111
Load transfer between elastic hip implant and viscoelastic bone
123
Evaluation of acetabular wear in hip joint prostheses
131
Finite element analysis and fatigue test prediction applied to
139
Validation of a three dimensional finite element model of a femur
147
Finite element modelling of bone cement flow during acetabular
155
Numerical modelling of cement polymerisation and thermal bone
163
Biomechanical reaction of double coating on metal implants
173
an idea of a multiscale model
181
Three dimensional model of bone external adaptation
189
Quantification of the validity and accuracy of an indirect large
197
Design of anatomical computer models of skeletal parts with specific
205
Determination of individualized and homogenised characteristics
213
new methods to determine bone
221
Construction of finite element models on the basis of computed
231
some thoughts on the shape
239
Mathematical modelling of stress and strain in bone fracture
247
Development of a 2D finite element model for long bones
255
Swelling as an approach to the simulation of cortical bone
263
A nonlinear finite element formulation for modeling volumetric
271
CTscan data acquisition to generate biomechanical models
279
Modelling of boneimplant interaction
289
Numerical modelling of the biomechanical reaction of human tibia
299
Finite element method formulation for the interactions between
313
The influence of ageing on mechanical behaviour of intervertebral
323
Three dimensional finite element modelling of the mechanical
331
Computational modelling of the intervertebral disc using ABAQUS
339
A medical imagebased template for pedicle screw insertion
347
Mechanical properties of lumbar dura mater and biomechanics
355
A three dimensional finite element model of a cadaveric second
363
Modelling the trunk responses to lumbar manipulative forces
371
Dynamic threedimensional finite element model of a sitting
379
A 3dimensional large deformation FEA of a ligamentous C4C7
387
Investigating the role of the dynamic curvature of the human spine
395
3D finite element study of glenoid implants in total shoulder
471
A wireless telemetry system for measurement of forces in massive
479
Medical imaging and reconstruction toolkit as a means for designing
487
Sensitivity analysis of a flexible foot prosthesis using finite element
495
Four components mixture theory applied to soft biological tissue
519
Experimental validation of a porohyperelastic finite element model
527
biphasic versus
535
A three dimensional continuum model of skeletal muscle
543
A 2D finite element model of a medial collateral ligament
553
Finite element model of the human anterior cruciate ligament
561
An axisymmetric model for joint static contact stress analysis
569
Two dimensional finite element model of a transverse section
577
a nonlinear elastic model
585
Transmitral flow analysis by means of computational fluid dynamics
593
Effects of caval velocity profiles on pulmonary flow in the total
601
An axisymmetric simulation of the flow in the left atriumventricle
609
Numerical modelling of orthodontic brackets
619
Finite element model for transmission and absorption of occlusal
629
An integrated FEM model system of the craniofacial complex applied
637
A new system for 3D planning of orthodontic treatment and 3D tooth
645
Bone remodelling in orthodontics
655
Biomechanical modelling in orthodontics following a theme?
663
Stress analysis after yielding at the resin compositedentine interface
673
An ex vivo evaluation of the physical and geometric properties of
681
Three dimensional model of an edentulous mandible with dental
689
The influence of bone mechanical properties and implant fixation
697
An implantoriented method for dental digital subtraction
705
Three dimensional finite element analysis for the direct
713
Comparative FEM analysis of the stresses transmitted by intramobile
721
Cuspal flexure and the failure of class V restorations
729
The influence of boundary constraints on numerical simulations
737
Modelling of the human skull including loading determination
753
The action of gravity on frontal facial ageing
761
Assessing rabbit movement over long periods using a motion
767
Momentbased parameterization of evolving cyclograms on gradually
783
Optimal rejection of artifacts in the processing of surface EMG signals
799
Comparison of lowerextremities bioimpedance models diagnostic
815
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