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Computational Model of Cancellous bone

MARCIÁN, P. VALÁŠEK, J. KRPALEK, D. BORÁK, L. KONEČNÝ, O. VAŠEK, M. FLORIAN, Z.

Originální název

Computational Model of Cancellous bone

Anglický název

Computational Model of Cancellous bone

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper deals with a creation of computational model of cancellous bone. Cancellous bone is inner porous part of bones and it is of a very complex geometry. It is composed of special trabecular architecture and the trabeculae can be less than 1 mm in diameter. In most cases, cancellous bone is modeled as a non-trabecular solid body with an apparent Youngs modulus. A creation of a trabecular model of cancellous bone (which, in our opinion, is more appropriate) is quite difficult. MicroCT images are necessary for this case as well as the software for their processing.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper deals with a creation of computational model of cancellous bone. Cancellous bone is inner porous part of bones and it is of a very complex geometry. It is composed of special trabecular architecture and the trabeculae can be less than 1 mm in diameter. In most cases, cancellous bone is modeled as a non-trabecular solid body with an apparent Youngs modulus. A creation of a trabecular model of cancellous bone (which, in our opinion, is more appropriate) is quite difficult. MicroCT images are necessary for this case as well as the software for their processing.

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@misc{BUT72515,
  author="Petr {Marcián} and Jiří {Valášek} and David {Krpalek} and Libor {Borák} and Ondřej {Konečný} and Martin {Vašek} and Zdeněk {Florian}",
  title="Computational Model of Cancellous bone",
  annote="The paper deals with a creation of computational model of cancellous bone. Cancellous bone is inner porous part of bones and it is of a very complex geometry. It is composed of special trabecular architecture and the trabeculae can be less than 1 mm in diameter. In most cases, cancellous bone is modeled as a non-trabecular solid body with an apparent Youngs modulus. A creation of a trabecular model of cancellous bone (which, in our opinion, is more appropriate) is quite difficult. MicroCT images are necessary for this case as well as the software for their processing.",
  address="SkyScan",
  booktitle="Micro - CT User Meeting 2011 Abstract Book",
  chapter="72515",
  edition="1",
  institution="SkyScan",
  year="2011",
  month="april",
  pages="262--263",
  publisher="SkyScan",
  type="abstract"
}