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Duester, A.; Parvizian, J.; Yang, Z.; Rank, E. 
A high order fictitious domain method for patient specific surgery planning 
Fast and reliable methods for predicting and monitoring in-vivo bone strength are of major importance in clinical applications such as fracture fixation or endoprostheses for joint replacement. Furthermore, the development of implants calls for highly efficient and robust analysis tools which allow during a design loop to match the mechanical properties of implants with those of the individual bone in order to avoid adaptive remodelling with cortical thinning and increased porosity of the bone....    »
Finite Cell Method, computational biomechanics, high order finite elements, p-FEM, fictitious domain method 
Book / Congress title:
Proceedings of APCOM ’07 in conjunction with EPMESC XI 
Publisher address:
Kyoto, Japan