Raimund Neugebauer

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To provide a close-to-reality simulation model, such as for improved surgery planning, this model has to be experimentally verified. The present article describes the use of a 3D laser vibrometer for determining modal parameters of human pelvic bones that can be used for verifying a finite elements model. Compared to previously used sensors, such as(More)
In the last decade, there has been an increasing interest in compensating thermally induced errors to improve the manufacturing accuracy of modular tool systems. These modular tool systems are interfaces between spindle and workpiece and consist of several complicatedly formed parts. Their thermal behavior is dominated by nonlinearities, delay and(More)
Treatment of the acyclic zwitterionic pentacoordinate silicate F(3)MeSiCH(2)NMe(2)H with 1 molar equiv of Me(3)SiOC(6)H(4)OSiMe(3), Me(3)SiOCH(2)C(O)OSiMe(3), Me(3)SiOC(Ph)=NOSiMe(3), or Me(3)SiOC(O)C(O)OSiMe(3) (solvent CH(3)CN, room temperature) yielded the respective monocyclic zwitterionic pentacoordinate silicates (11a), (12a), (13a), and (14a), along(More)
Secondary molecular ions, emitted from a LiF target bombarded by a MeV argon beam, are analyzed by a XY-TOF detection system. This new method allows, for each emitted ion, simultaneous measurement of its time-of flight (TOF) and its impact coordinates (XY) on the detector surface, after acceleration by a homogenous electric field. Angular distributions and(More)
Stent graft fixation in the vessel affects the success of endovascular aneurysm repair. Thereby the radial forces of the stent, which are dependent on several factors, play a significant role. In the presented work, a finite element sensitivity study was performed. The radial forces are 29% lower when using the hyperelastic approach for the vessel compared(More)
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