Prediction of the mechanical response of canine humerus to three-point bending using subject-specific finite element modelling

Abstract : Subject-specific finite element models could improve decision making in canine long-bone fracture repair. However, it preliminary requires that finite element models predicting the mechanical response of canine long bone are proposed and validated. We present here a combined experimental-numerical approach to test the ability of subject-specific finite element models to predict the bending response of seven pairs of canine humeri directly from medical images. Our results show that bending stiffness and yield load are predicted with a mean absolute error of 10.1% (±5.2%) for the 14 samples. This study constitutes a basis for the forthcoming optimization of canine long-bone fracture repair.
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Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine, SAGE Publications, 2016, 230 (7), pp.639 - 649. 〈10.1177/0954411916644269〉
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Cédric Laurent, B. Böhme, M. Mengoni, V. Dotreppe, M. Balligand, et al.. Prediction of the mechanical response of canine humerus to three-point bending using subject-specific finite element modelling. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine, SAGE Publications, 2016, 230 (7), pp.639 - 649. 〈10.1177/0954411916644269〉. 〈hal-01416475〉

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