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Strain Stress Analysis of Hip Joint with Surface Replacement, Simulation of Gaint

NÁVRAT, T. FLORIAN, Z. FUIS, V. ŠTEKL, M.

Originální název

Strain Stress Analysis of Hip Joint with Surface Replacement, Simulation of Gaint

Anglický název

Strain Stress Analysis of Hip Joint with Surface Replacement, Simulation of Gaint

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In the works dealing with computational hip join modelling, published on this subject in the past, the hip's loading is modelled so as to correspond to standing on one lower limb. At this standing, man remains symmetric at the considered level of resolution, and the force of gravity is identical with the body's axis. We consider the standing because man at walking always stands on one lower limb, and we suppose that, at this standing, in the hip joint there develops a maximum force (we do not suppose rapid walking or shock load). Since the computational models presented up to now consider the standing on one lower limb, it was decided to test computational modelling of even the step' next phase. The problem was formulated as follows: to make a strain-stress analysis of the hip joint with applied surface prosthesis for various phases of the step.

Anglický abstrakt

In the works dealing with computational hip join modelling, published on this subject in the past, the hip's loading is modelled so as to correspond to standing on one lower limb. At this standing, man remains symmetric at the considered level of resolution, and the force of gravity is identical with the body's axis. We consider the standing because man at walking always stands on one lower limb, and we suppose that, at this standing, in the hip joint there develops a maximum force (we do not suppose rapid walking or shock load). Since the computational models presented up to now consider the standing on one lower limb, it was decided to test computational modelling of even the step' next phase. The problem was formulated as follows: to make a strain-stress analysis of the hip joint with applied surface prosthesis for various phases of the step.

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@inproceedings{BUT19924,
  author="Tomáš {Návrat} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Vladimír {Fuis} and Martin {Štekl}",
  title="Strain Stress Analysis of Hip Joint with Surface Replacement, Simulation of Gaint",
  annote="In the works dealing with computational hip join modelling, published on this subject in the past, the hip's loading is modelled so as to correspond to standing on one lower limb. At this standing, man remains symmetric at the considered level of resolution, and the force of gravity is identical with the body's axis. We consider the standing because man at walking always stands on one lower limb, and we suppose that, at this standing, in the hip joint there develops a maximum force (we do not suppose rapid walking or shock load). Since the computational models presented up to now consider the standing on one lower limb, it was decided to test computational modelling of even the step' next phase. The problem was formulated as follows: to make a strain-stress analysis of the hip joint with applied surface prosthesis for various phases of the step.",
  address="BUT FME Brno",
  booktitle="Human Biomechanics 2006",
  chapter="19924",
  institution="BUT FME Brno",
  journal="Nezařazené články",
  year="2006",
  month="november",
  pages="150--151",
  publisher="BUT FME Brno",
  type="conference paper"
}