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A modified method for assigning material properties to FE models of bones.
The aim of the present study is to compare the results from subject-specific finite element analysis (FEA) of a human femur to experimental measurements, using two different methods for assigningExpand
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Influence of Parameter Variations on the Braking Torque of a Magnetorheological Prosthetic Knee
Microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees, which rely on magnetorheological (MR) technology, have the potential to increase the comfort and quality of life of amputees. The focus of this study is onExpand
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Life cycle inventory of a flash geothermal combined heat and power plant located in Iceland
PurposeThis paper presents a life cycle inventory (LCI) describing the material and energy demands for constructing and operating a geothermal combined heat and power (GCHP) plant as well as directExpand
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Interactive graph-cut segmentation for fast creation of finite element models from clinical ct data for hip fracture prediction
Abstract In this study, we propose interactive graph cut image segmentation for fast creation of femur finite element (FE) models from clinical computed tomography scans for hip fracture prediction.Expand
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Equivalent Models for District Heating Systems
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Probabilistic production simulation including combined heat and power plants
Expansion planning of combined heat and power systems requires simulation tools for estimating key indicators for decision making. For power systems, so-called probability production simulationExpand
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Utilization of the chloride bearing, superheated steam from IDDP-1
Abstract When a dry steam containing volatile chloride cools to saturation temperature, the compound dissolves in the condensate and forms hydrochloric acid. This can have tremendous consequences forExpand
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The influence of the modulus-density relationship and the material mapping method on the simulated mechanical response of the proximal femur in side-ways fall loading configuration.
Contributing to slow advance of finite element (FE) simulations for hip fracture risk prediction, into clinical practice, could be a lack of consensus in the biomechanics community on how to mapExpand
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Material mapping strategy to improve the predicted response of the proximal femur to a sideways fall impact.
Sideways falls are largely responsible for the highly prevalent osteoporotic hip fractures in today's society. These injuries are dynamic events, therefore dynamic FE models validated with dynamic exExpand
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