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Finite element model of sheep tibial fracture healing under inverse dynamization

Queensland University of Technology
Wilson, Cameron
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Dr Cameron Wilson

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Sample Abaqus input file and user subroutines used in conducting a finite element simulation of bone fracture healing to test the inverse dynamization concept (Epari et al 2013). Model is an implementation of that published by Simon et al (2011), although the original paper lacked detail for 100% accurate reproduction.

Data time period: 15 06 2015 to 10 04 2016

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