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Numerical simulation of wear particle diffusion in hip joint implant

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Biomechanika'06 / Międzynarodowa Konferencja (06-08.09.2006 ; Zakopane, Polska)
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Abstrakty
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In the present contribution, the problem of the wear particle generation and transport is considered. It is assumed that this process can be described by the diffusion equation proposed recently by Shillor et al. First the contact problem is solved numerically for a realistic loading scenario on a generic joint geometry and the necessary source terms for the diffusion equation are obtained. Then, the diffusion in the area of the acetabulum is considered. Qualitative data on the wear particle flux to the joint space are obtained and discussed.
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Tom
Strony
345--350
Opis fizyczny
Bibliogr. 12 poz.
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  • Division of Variational Methods and Biomechanics, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of Polish Academy of Sciences
Bibliografia
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