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A Model 1. b Model 2. c Model 3. d Model 4 26 A. Danpinid et al. Fig. 4 Strain distributions at 75 and 120 mmHg of aortic pressures (P) a Model 1. b Model 2. c Model 3. d Model 4 Stress–Strain Analysis 27 Fig. 5 a Young’s modulus (E) along Model 1. b Von Mises stress at inner, middle, and outer wall of normal Model 1 related to the E in Fig. 5a. c Strain along the axial location corresponding to Fig. 5a, b. d Young’s modulus (E) along Model 2. e Von Mises stress at inner, middle, and outer wall of Model 2 related to the E in Fig.
4 Finite Element Model The mesh of the components is simplistic and consisted of linear tetrahedron elements with four nodes (Fig. 3). Since the interface of bone–implant experiences the largest deformations under load, it is necessary to mesh this boundary into small elements. The implant system and the bone were meshed with increasingly larger elements as the distance from the interface increases, with the size of elements in contact with the interface being defined by the elements of the boundary mesh.
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Analysis and Design of Biological Materials and Structures by J. A. Beltrán-Fernández, L. H. Hernández-Gómez, G. Urriolagoitia-Calderón (auth.), Andreas Öchsner, Lucas F. M. da Silva, Holm Altenbach (eds.)