Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D

Hamid Naghibi Beidokhti, Dennis Janssen, Sebastiaan van de Groes, Ton van den Boogaard, Nico Verdonschot

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    Knee ligaments are among the most complicated structures and have a large effect on knee biomechanics. There are different approaches to model the knee ligaments in FE models. In the knee joint, ligaments have been commonly modelled as 1D spring elements; moreover, some studies modelled the ligaments as 3D constitutive elements [2].
    Using springs reduces computational costs compared to constitutive models of the ligaments. In turn, constitutive models closer approximate the anatomy, and facilitate the prediction of local quantities and interactions with surrounding tissues, such as wrapping [1].
    To the best of our knowledge, there is no direct/practical comparison study between two FE ligament modelling approaches. The aim of this study is to develop and compare two separate subject-specific finite element knee models in terms of ligament modelling approaches, based on cadaveric validation experiments.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Jul 2016
    Event22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016 - Cité des Congrès de Lyon, Lyon, France
    Duration: 10 Jul 201613 Jul 2016
    Conference number: 22
    https://esbiomech.org/conference/index.php/congress/lyon2016/

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    Conference22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016
    Abbreviated titleESB
    CountryFrance
    CityLyon
    Period10/07/1613/07/16
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    Naghibi Beidokhti, H., Janssen, D., van de Groes, S., van den Boogaard, T., & Verdonschot, N. (2016). Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D. Abstract from 22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016, Lyon, France.
    Naghibi Beidokhti, Hamid ; Janssen, Dennis ; van de Groes, Sebastiaan ; van den Boogaard, Ton ; Verdonschot, Nico. / Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D. Abstract from 22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016, Lyon, France.1 p.
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    Naghibi Beidokhti, H, Janssen, D, van de Groes, S, van den Boogaard, T & Verdonschot, N 2016, 'Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D' 22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016, Lyon, France, 10/07/16 - 13/07/16, .

    Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D. / Naghibi Beidokhti, Hamid; Janssen, Dennis; van de Groes, Sebastiaan; van den Boogaard, Ton; Verdonschot, Nico.

    2016. Abstract from 22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016, Lyon, France.

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    Naghibi Beidokhti H, Janssen D, van de Groes S, van den Boogaard T, Verdonschot N. Subject-specific knee ligaments modeling approaches in finite element analysis: 1D and 3D. 2016. Abstract from 22nd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2016, Lyon, France.