A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model Constructed Using Magnetic Resonance Images of a Knee
- Sheng-Liang Zhang, Jing Xia, Tong-Tong Guo
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- Sheng-Liang Zhang
Available Online December 2016.
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- Biomechanics, Knee Joint, Non-Linear, Finite Element Model.
- In recent years, MRI studies have resulted in a better understanding of the movement and deformation of the meniscus in the terbinafine connection and provide, information on the morphology of the articular cartilage. In this paper, we will use of computer-aided technique and MRI to reconstruct the shape of the living knee, and divide the mesh and add the material properties to create the three-dimensional nonlinear knee joint finite element model information. Examining the relative sliding and friction in the knee joint, I used the dynamic dominant non-linear finite element technique to simulate the photomechanical properties of the tibial femoral joint under different loads. Apply a pressure, in the 0 degree direction to calculate the change of each structure, including: maximum pressure, average pressure, contact pressure, internal stress.
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TY - CONF AU - Sheng-Liang Zhang AU - Jing Xia AU - Tong-Tong Guo PY - 2016/12 DA - 2016/12 TI - A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model Constructed Using Magnetic Resonance Images of a Knee BT - 3rd Annual International Conference on Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering (MME 2016) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/mme-16.2017.143 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/mme-16.2017.143 ID - Zhang2016/12 ER -