21/7/14    11:00 - 13:00
Computational Bone Biomechanics I
Minisymposium organized by Zohar Yosibash and Ernst Rank
Room: Sala D5
Chair: Zohar Yosibash
CoChair: Ara Nazarian
Lack of universal bone material laws limits accuracy in subject specific FE models (Keynote Lecture)
Peter Augat, Michael Göttlinger, Julia Henschel and Sebastian Eberle

Elastostatic, acoustic and time-reversed simulation of bones by non-standard fictitious domain methods
Ernst Rank, Stefan Kollmannsberger, Robert Seidl, Hagen Wille and Zhengxiong Yang

Are finite element estimates of femur strength associated with fracture? Three clinical studies
Enrico Schileo, Cristina Falcinelli, Luca Balistreri, Fabio Baruffaldi, Sigurdur Sigurdsson, Vilmundur Gudnason, Stephanie Boutroy and Fulvia Taddei

A crushable foam material model for strength predictions of human bones
Dieter Pahr, Uwe Wolfram and Michael Kinzl

Prediction of spine and hip strength with BMD and FE models: Influence of gender
Enrico Dall‘Ara, Philippe Zysset and Dieter Pahr

Investigation of a Finite Element solution for a mechanically stimulated biochemical fracture healing model
Alexander Sapotnick and Udo Nackenhorst