Finite Element Analysis in Orthopedic Biomechanics Research
Dimensional Finite Element Modeling in Orthopedics
Orthopedic dimensional finite element model is biomechanical model objects created for clinical orthopedics with finite element calculation and computer simulation technology combined, which is one of the important means of orthopedic biomechanics research. Orthopedic biomechanics is to solve problems encountered by orthopedic surgeons and use the principles and methods of mathematics, physics, and engineering in clinical orthopedics, forming a spine biomechanics, artificial joints and joint biomechanics, sports and rehabilitation medicine, and tissue engineering research.
Specimen test is a traditional orthopedic biomechanics research method, which builds different models of human bone and joint specimens for different clinical problems and simulates human activities by mechanical loading test machine or other device, and then observes and analyzes the structural stability of the model, material strength, and power conduction by means...
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