3D Computational Modeling of the Human Knee in Physiological State
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3D Computational Modeling of the Human Knee in Physiological State


Knee, femur and tibia geometries Knee joint geometry Patella and Articular Cartilage geometry Menisci geometry Knee joint finite element mesh Ligaments finite element meshes Tibia Cartilage and Menisci finite element meshes Fiber principal directions in the main knee ligaments Fiber directions in the posterior Cruciate Ligament The intercondylar line and its midpoint Ligaments maximum principal stresses for flexion of 60 degrees of the femur Maximum principal stresses of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament for flexion of 60 degrees of the femur Maximum principal stresses of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament for flexion of 60 degrees of the femur Maximum principal stresses of the Medial Collateral Ligament for flexion of 60 degrees of the femur Minimum principal stresses of femoral cartilage and menisci Minimum principal stresses of the femoral cartilage Minimum principal stresses of the tibial cartilage Maximum principal stresses for flexion of 10 degrees of the tibia

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