Linear Micropolar Elasticity Analysis of Stresses in Bones Under Static Loads
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We discuss the finite element modeling of porous materials such as bones using the linear micropolar elasticity. In order to solve static boundary-value problems, we developed new finite elements, which capture the micropolar behavior of the material. Developed elements were implemented in the commercial software ABAQUS. The modeling of a femur bone with and without implant under various stages of healing is discussed in details.
Keywordsbone implant Cosserat continuum micropolar elasticity numerical simulation finite element method
The research leading to these results has received funding from the People Program (Marie Curie Curie ITN transfer) of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. PITN-GA-2013-606878.
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