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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

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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 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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