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The aim of this project is to use a multi-scale modelling approach, combining musculoskeletal rigid-body simulations with adaptive finite element analyses, to predict femoral bone growth.

In the first study, we investigated the impact of femoral geom


The aim of this project is to use a multi-scale modelling approach, combining musculoskeletal rigid-body simulations with adaptive finite element analyses, to predict femoral bone growth.

In the first study, we investigated the impact of femoral geometry, i.e. different neck-shaft angle and anteversion angle, on hip joint contact forces and femoral growth prediction. We uploaded following material:
- motion capture data
- used OpenSim model
- finite element model of the femur
- results from the musculoskeletal and femoral growth simulations

This project and HK was funded by a H2020-MSCA individual fellowship (796120).

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