Bone distribution simulation during damage-repair bone remodeling in human proximal femur
A new damage-adaptive bone remodeling model, in which an algorithm incorporating both strain and damage stimuli, is developed in this paper. Typically, a human proximal femur model is established to predict the bone mass distribution during bone remodeling process. And human physiology damage-repair cycle is considered in the model. The governing equations of the mathematical model, digesting the predecessors' ideas, are numerically solved and implemented into ANSYS software via the user...[Show more]
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