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|Title:||Three dimensional simulation of heat transfer problem after cemented hip replacement|
|Keywords:||Femur;Finite element method;Heat transfer;Hip replacement;Implant;Mathematical modeling|
|Publisher:||4th WSEAS International Conference on Finite Differences - Finite Elements - Finite Volumes - Boundary Elements, F-and-B '11|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 4th WSEAS International Conference on Finite Differences - Finite Elements - Finite Volumes - Boundary Elements, F-and-B '11 2011;64-69|
|Abstract:||Total hip replacement involves cement flow interacting with other variables causing heat in the femoral canal. Understanding of heat transfer during cooling after cemented hip replacement is very essential for the surgery. Therefore, this research presents mathematical model and numerical simulation of heat transfer during cooling after cemented hip replacement. The artificial domain is constructed based on real domain using a set of CT scan data of the 65 years old patient. The governing equations are the classical heat transfer equations. The model is solved by finite element method. The temperature across multi-layers of the right artificial domain with implant was carried out.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mathematics: International Proceedings|
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