Topology Optimization for Human Proximal Femur Considering Bi-modulus Behavior of Cortical Bones

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Springer International Publishing
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Advances in Global Optimization, 2015, Part IV pp. 263 - 270
Issue Date:
2015
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The material in the human proximal femur is considered as bi-modulus material and the density distribution is predicted by topology optimization method. To reduce the computational cost, the bi-modulus material is replaced with two isotropic materials in simulation. The selection of local material modulus is determined by the previous local stress state. Compared with density prediction results by traditional isotropic material in proximal femur, the bi-modulus material layouts are different obviously. The results also demonstrate that the bi-modulus material model is better than the isotropic material model in simulation of density prediction in femur bone.
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