Considerations for reporting finite element analysis studies in biomechanics.

@article{Erdemir2012ConsiderationsFR,
  title={Considerations for reporting finite element analysis studies in biomechanics.},
  author={Ahmet Erdemir and Trent M. Guess and Jason P. Halloran and Srinivas C Tadepalli and Tina M. Morrison},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 4},
  pages={625-33}
}
Simulation-based medicine and the development of complex computer models of biological structures is becoming ubiquitous for advancing biomedical engineering and clinical research. Finite element analysis (FEA) has been widely used in the last few decades to understand and predict biomechanical phenomena. Modeling and simulation approaches in biomechanics are highly interdisciplinary, involving novice and skilled developers in all areas of biomedical engineering and biology. While recent… CONTINUE READING

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