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Analysis of Boundary Conditions in Finite Element Sub-Models of Interaction of Human Mandible with Dental Implant

MARCIÁN, P. FLORIAN, Z. HORÁČKOVÁ, L. BORÁK, L.

Originální název

Analysis of Boundary Conditions in Finite Element Sub-Models of Interaction of Human Mandible with Dental Implant

Anglický název

Analysis of Boundary Conditions in Finite Element Sub-Models of Interaction of Human Mandible with Dental Implant

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper deals with the computational modelling of dental implant interacting with bone tissue. For the purposes of the study, one human mandible and a segment of a different human mandible were examined. In total, five variants of geometry models with dental implant were investigated: One full mandible and four segments. For the latter, two different boundary conditions were used (first based on the sub-modeling approach and second assuming fixed support). If the coarse model for the particular bone segment model is not available, it is possible to use a generic boundary condition for a typical mandible subjected to a typical loading.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper deals with the computational modelling of dental implant interacting with bone tissue. For the purposes of the study, one human mandible and a segment of a different human mandible were examined. In total, five variants of geometry models with dental implant were investigated: One full mandible and four segments. For the latter, two different boundary conditions were used (first based on the sub-modeling approach and second assuming fixed support). If the coarse model for the particular bone segment model is not available, it is possible to use a generic boundary condition for a typical mandible subjected to a typical loading.

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@inproceedings{BUT140535,
  author="Petr {Marcián} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Ladislava {Horáčková} and Libor {Borák}",
  title="Analysis of Boundary Conditions in Finite Element Sub-Models of Interaction of Human Mandible with Dental Implant",
  annote="This paper deals with the computational modelling of dental implant interacting with bone tissue. For the purposes of the study, one human mandible and a segment of a different human mandible were examined. In total, five variants of geometry models with dental implant were investigated: One full mandible and four segments. For the latter, two different boundary conditions were used (first based on the sub-modeling approach and second assuming fixed support). If the coarse model for the particular bone segment model is not available, it is possible to use a generic boundary condition for a typical mandible subjected to a typical loading.",
  booktitle="Engineering Mechanics 2017",
  chapter="140535",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2017",
  month="may",
  pages="618--621",
  type="conference paper"
}