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Autor(en):
Ruess, M.; Tal, D.; Trabelsi, N.; Yosibash, Z.; Rank, E. 
Titel:
The finite cell method for bone simulations: Verification and validation 
Abstract:
Standard methods for predicting bone's mechanical response from quantitative computer tomography (qCT) scans are mainly based on classical h-version finite element methods (FEMs). Due to the low-order polynomial approximation, the need for segmentation and the simplified approach to assign a constant material property to each element in h-FE models, these often compromise the accuracy and efficiency of h-FE solutions. Herein, a non-standard method, the finite cell method (FCM), is proposed for p...    »
 
Stichworte:
High-order FEM, Ficitious domain method, Bone Mechanics, Human femur 
Zeitschriftentitel:
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 
Jahr:
2011 
Heft / Issue:
DOI: 10.10