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Stress - strain analysis of total hip replacement - type Mayo
Rýdel, Jiří ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with hip endoprothesis, primarily with endoprothesis conservative Mayo. A part of this paper considers a study aimed at an anatomy, types and modern trends in endoprothetic. On the basis of this study, gained CT data and the help of systems Ansys Workbench, Rhino Ceros and Catia there was made a model of proximal part of femur and TEP Conservative Mayo. A computational model was build up afterwards, which was used for a stress-train analysis.
Stress - strain analysis of jaw with tooth implant type MTI
Petrlíková, Helena ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma work is oriented on the deformation and load stress analysis of the jawbone with the razor-blade dental implant of the company MTI. There is a literature search on this theme in the beginning of this work. Deformation and tenseness of the system is done by computerized method FEM. There is detailed description of creating the computational model in this work. The geometry model of the system was created in the 3D CAD design software SolidWorks. Discretization, model of constrains and load sets including own solution was created in the ANSYS Workbench. On the basis of solutions with different load sets, which are presented in this work, is created a deformation and load stress analysis for two razorblade implant of copany MTI.
Stress - strain analysis of inferios limb with fixator type Poldi 7
Pásek, Jiří ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with stress-strain analysis of inferious limb fixator type Poldi VII and tibia, whereupon is applied. In work is discribed creation of a geometry model of fixator and tibia, her discretization, loading and solving. Tibia was load by torsional moment and his magnitude was 10Nm. Then was perform a numerical solution in FEM system ANSYS Workbench 11.0. Further was effect biomechanical study about osification of broken part. Tibia was load by force, which evokes upright standing on both limbs.
Stress - strain analysis of jaw with tooth implant type VNI
Školník, Roman ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma thesis is dealt with stress-strain analysis of jowl with teeth implants. Teeth implants when locked in place (jowl) have the ability to replace and be used in the same way as the missing teeth. The implant creates a pillar column in the buccal cavity and then the tooth cap or bridge is secured on the pillar column. In this diploma thesis it is described as a solution of stress and strain of two types of cylindrical teeth implants VNI. Thesis specializes on the influence of deviation implant from the vertical axis. The solution is accomplished in program ANSYS Workbench by Finite Element Method (FEM). The geometric models are made in program SolidWorks 2005.
Stress - strain analysis of inferios limb with fixator type Orthofix
Mrázek, Michal ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma thesis aims to create a stress strain analysis of Orthofix external fixator applied to lower limb. The introduction summarizes the background research in available scientific publications, targetting the alternatives of treatment, namely application and fixation solutions of long bones. Furthermore parametric models of the fixator and tibia are created in CAD system CATIA. The fixator model enables to create different geometric variations simulating possible fixator settings and moment load in the range of 1-10 Nm. These geometric and loading states of fixator are solved via FEM in ANSYS. Single versions of the states of Orthofix fixator are then subjected to the stress strain analysis.
Stress - strain analysis of jaw with tooth implant type BOI
Marcián, Petr ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
Submitted master thesis deals with stress - strain analysis of jaw, with dental implant. The implant serve as a suitable pillar for crown or dental bridge, when one or more teeth are lost. The project is oriented on BOI (basale - oseo - integrable) dental implant type, which is produced by DENTALIHDE company. Stress – strain condition of the mandible system with implant have been established by computational simulation, with use of the final elements method. Important part of down jowl is simulated on with EDS and EDDS applied types of implants. After implementation the implant begins to heal. Therefore the special attention is paid to stress - strain states on various level of osteointegration. There is a detail description of production of single part computational model and his solving in the master thesis. Presentation of large chapter with results and subsequent alteration stress - strain analysis is part of the master thesis. Program SolidWorks 2005 was used to create the geometric model. Computational model and the actual solving was accomplished with use of ANSYS 11.0 and ANSYS Wor-kbench systems.
Stress - strain analysis of total hip replacement - type Santori
Huťka, Pavel ; Fuis, Vladimír (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
Submitted Diploma thesis deals with stress-strain analysis of deformation proximal end of femur with applied total hip joint endoprosthesis (replacement) – shortcut type. To identify deformation and tensity (stress) was used computational simulation by method of final elements. Have been created two computational models TEP- type Santori and type DePuy Proxima. Geometry model Santori was created on low level model geometry through the use of X-ray photograph. Principle of geometry model type DePuy Proxima was real Femoral stem endoprosthesis which was scanned on scanner ATOS. Geometry of both these replacements were set up in program Rhinoceros 4.0 and then execute in program CatiaV5R17. Data for geometry model of femur were gained from CT chains. Material model of femur have been crated in two variants. The first one looks at structure bone tissues and the second one were created by Gruen´s zones. Femoral Stem was weighted by static equivalent resultant force acting in hip joint. Computational model of system and self solution, including depiction results, was done by ANSYS Workbench 11.0 for four model variants.
Methods of fixation of the upper limb fractures
Litera, Jan ; Marcián, Petr (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
The presented bachelor thesis is focused on current methods of a fixation of upper limb fractures. Part of the thesis is a literature review and a description of the upper limb anatomy. This is necessary to solve the problems associated with upper limb fractures. The history of the treatment of upper limb fractures enables to gain an insight and a benefit of the current methods of the fixation of the upper limb. Based on the acquired knowledge, there is created a simple computational model of a humeral fracture fixation using a LCP and a classical plate. The computational model for the specific load models was solved in the Ansys Workbench 18.2 computing system. The biomechanical analysis based on the results presentation of the solution of the described simple model showed differences between the application of the LCP and the classical plate.
Smart Materials for Medical Applications
Kaplán, Martin ; Hájek, Petr (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis describes materials which react to external stimuli. These materials are know as Smart materials. The thesis provides an overview of these materials and their use in the field of medicine. A lot of attentions is paid to Nitinol as the most significant representative of Smart materials. The thesis brings a simulation of using shape memory effect of Nitinol staple for bone fracture fixation. This simulation use the method of finite elements for solving and it is done in ANSYS modeling software. The simulation has only demonstrational purpose.
Strain Stress Study of Burch-Schneider Split
Řehák, Kamil ; Horyl, Petr (referee) ; Janíček, Přemysl (referee) ; Florian, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis deals with problems of the hip endoprosthetics area, namely total endoprosthesis (TEP) with Burch-Schneider (BS) split, in which there are many problems in clinical practice. The hip joint load depends on the patient weight and the performed activity. Sedentary job, little exercise, a lot of stress or poor eating habits and overweight associated with it affect negatively hip joint. Increasing hip joint wear and its pain in movement is necessary in several cases to be solved by a surgical procedure in which TEP is applied. When selecting and subsequently applying individual TEP, it is important to pay attention to creating conditions which will allow good fixation. In case of worse mechanical properties of bone tissue, it is very problematic to ensure stability of the implant. Based on several classifications which assess the degree of hip joint damage, it is possible to select a suitable TEP. The BS split, on which this work is focused, is dominantly used in cases of large defects in the acetabulum area. The use of this cage allows to bridgelarge defects and create a new centre of rotation of the hip. Knowledge of the mechanical properties of hip bone tissue can significantly affect the prediction of BS split damage. For this purpose, it was necessary to perform a biomechanical study, which is focused on the influence of worse mechanical properties of bone tissue on BS split failure. The computational modelling using finite element method implemented in the ANSY S software was used for the solution, which enables to solve the mechanical interaction between bone tissue and TEP with BS split. Due to the absence of bone tissue data before application of TEP with BS split, the variants before application of TEP and after application of resurfacing and standard TEP were solved. All variants were solved with the material properties of bone tissue that were determined based on CT images. In addition, all variants were solved for the case of degraded mechanical properties. Based on the numerical simulations results and the Mechanostat hypothesis, a bone tissue analysis of the hip joint was performed before and after application of TEP and TEP with BS split. The results show the influence of the computational model level, which considers the distribution of bone tissue through the inhomogeneous model of the material. Therefore, the degraded mechanical properties have a major impact on the stability and strain of the BS split, particularly in the cranial part of the acetabulum.

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