Biomechanical modelling of segmental instrumentation for surgical correction of 3D spinal deformities using Euler-Bernoulli thin-beam elastic deformation equations

@article{Aubin2004BiomechanicalMO,
  title={Biomechanical modelling of segmental instrumentation for surgical correction of 3D spinal deformities using Euler-Bernoulli thin-beam elastic deformation equations},
  author={Professor C. -{\'E}. Aubin and Valery M Goussev and Yvan Petit},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={216-221}
}
A simplified computer-modelling technique intended to analyse 3D spinal deformity correction with segmental instrumentation is presented. The spine was modelled as a thin beam-composed structure linked by implants to two deformable rods. The Landau vector representation of Euler-Bernoulli beam elastic deformation equations was used to formulate the simulation approach. All types of essential deformation (bending, torsion, tension, compression) were considered. An iterative numerical method was… CONTINUE READING

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