volume 29, issue 7, P955-961 1996
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(95)00149-2
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L. Blankevoort, R. Huiskes

Abstract: Abstract-Three-dimensional mathematical models of the tibio-femoral joint require input of the geometry of articulating surfaces and ligament insertions, and the mechanical properties of cartilage and ligaments. This paper describes a validation of a knee model through a direct specimen-related comparison between the knee model and the kinematics of four knee joint specimens from which the geometry data were used as input of the model The knee model is quasi-static and is based on equilibrium of forces and mo…

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