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Author(s):
Elhaddad, M.; Zander, N.; Jomo, J.; Kollmannsberger, S.; Kirschke, J. S.; Ruess, M.; Rank, E. 
Title:
Adaptive discretizations for bone-implant systems using the finite cell method 
Abstract:
In recent years, the finite element method has been increasingly used to study the biomechanics of bone-implant systems. Patient-specific models need to consider the individual geometry for every case. Typically, geometric models of the bone are reconstructed from medical images --- most commonly CT scans . Following segmentation, a finite element mesh has to be generated. This can be a simple voxel-based mesh, where a predefined number of voxels constitute one finite element in a grid that m...    »
 
Book / Congress title:
Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2016 
Year:
2016 
Year / month:
2016-05 
Month:
May