Experimental validation of a finite element model of the proximal femur using digital image correlation and a composite bone model.

@article{Dickinson2011ExperimentalVO,
  title={Experimental validation of a finite element model of the proximal femur using digital image correlation and a composite bone model.},
  author={A S Dickinson and Angela C. Taylor and hasan. ozturk and M. Browne},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={133 1},
  pages={014504}
}
Computational biomechanical models are useful tools for supporting orthopedic implant design and surgical decision making, but because they are a simplification of the clinical scenario they must be carefully validated to ensure that they are still representative. The goal of this study was to assess the validity of the generation process of a structural finite element model of the proximal femur employing the digital image correlation (DIC) strain measurement technique. A finite element… CONTINUE READING

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