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In this paper the concept of a three-dimensional biomechanical model of the human shoulder is introduced. This model is used to analyze static load sharing between the muscles, the bones and the ligaments. The model consists of all shoulder structures, which means that different positions and different load situations may be analyzed using the same model.(More)
A three-dimensional biomechanical model of the shoulder is developed for force predictions in 46 shoulder structures. The model is directed towards the analysis of static working situations where the load is low or moderate. Arbitrary static arm postures in the natural shoulder range may be considered, as well as different kinds of external loads including(More)
This paper identifies the impact of high DG penetration on protection coordination and proposes a protection scheme to mitigate the identified problems, in a network with high penetration of DG. The scheme emphasizes on keeping most DGs on line to supply loads during the fault, without putting DG or any part of the distribution network in islanding(More)
AIM The purpose of this in vitro study was to investigate the influence of degree of stiffness of implant-abutment connection of a Brånemark implant system on load- deflection ratios in three dimensions of the beam-end of a screw-retained stiff cantilever beam when subjected to vertically directed loads. MATERIAL AND METHODS Two different implant-abutment(More)
AIM The aim of this in vitro study was to develop and test an experimental set-up consisting of a video camera and computer-based optoelectronic motion analysis system, synchronized with a loading device, for studying load-dependent deflections in three dimensions of single implant-supported cantilever beams. MATERIAL AND METHODS One Brånemark System(More)
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