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J Middleton
08-21-1994, 08:40 PM
FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR DELEGATES

SECOND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER METHODS IN
BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

21- 24 SEPTEMBER 1994
MARRIOTT HOTEL
SWANSEA, WALES, UK

SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME
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WEDNESDAY 21 SEPTEMBER

8.30 - 10.30 REGISTRATION IN FOYER OF 'MARRIOTT HOTEL'

10.30 - 10.45 OPENING OF SYMPOSIUM

11.00 - 1.00 SESSION A
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1/38. Assessment of the sensivity of experimental results to
experimental procedures using the finite element method.
K W SIMBEYA, N G SHRIVE & C B FRANK (Canada)

2/43. Nonlinear three-dimensional finite elements for biphasic
transversely isotropic soft hydrated tissues.
E S ALMEIDA, R L SPILKER & M H HOLMES (USA)

3/35. Non-linear viscoelasticity of the ACL: experiments and
theory.
D P PIOLETTI, L R RAKOTOMANANA,C GILLIERON, P F LEYVRAZ & J F
BENVENUTI (Switzerland)

4/27. Mechanical response analysis of spinal motion segment using
poroelastic approach.
E A MEROI, A N NATALI & B A SCHREFLER (Italy)

5/46. Verification of a three dimensional ligament model.
A N WILSON, N G SHRIVE & C B FRANK (Canada)

6/45. A mathematical model of human joints including menisci.
H-B SCHMIEDMAYER, P LUGNER & T GAUDERNAK (Austria)

1.00 - 2.00 LUNCH

1.00 - 3.50 SESSION B
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1/20. Modelling of callus rupture in tension.
M DOBELIS, I KNETS, V LAIZANS & V VITINS (Latvia)

2/29. Creep rupture of suture materials.
L NOBILE (Italy)

3/44. Mixed-penalty finite elements applied to contact of soft
hydrated tissue.
P S DONZELLI & R L SPILKER (USA)

4/19. Computer simulation of 'snap-through' process in
bioprosthetic valves.
S KRUCINSKI & I VESELY (CANADA)

5/50. A finite element simulation of arterial orifice dilation by
angioplasty ballon insertion.
K KORMI & D C WEBB (UK)

3.50 - 4.15 REFRESHMENTS

4.15 - 6.15 SESSION C
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1/48. Finite element analysis of permanent facial wrinkling.
T TSUTA, T YAMAZAKI & M LI (Japan)

2/59. Finite helical axis description of functional movements of
the manible.
L M GALLO, G B AIROLDI, S PALLA (Switzerland)

3/23. Finite element analysis of the human skull considering the
brain and bone material properties.
B V MEHTA (USA)

4/58. A numerical model for monitoring brain oxygenation by near
infrared spectroscopy.
J E WEST & N P WEATHERILL (USA & UK)

5/68. An interactive graphics-based window interface for geometric
and mechanical modelling of the lower limb.
T-W LU, H S GILL & J J O'CONNER (UK)

6/56. Numerical modelling of the mechanical response of ceramic
ball heads.
H G RICHTER, G WILLMANN, J MIDDLETON & G N PANDE (Germany &
UK)

7.30 'RECEPTION' GOWER SUITE, MARRIOTT HOTEL


THURSDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

8.40 - 10.45 SESSION D
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1/25. Experimental and numerical pre-clinical evaluation relating
to total hip arthroplasty.
B P McNAMARA, M VICECONTI, L CRISTOFOLINI, A TONI & D TAYLOR.
(Italy & Ireland)

2/62. Cancellous bone stresses surrounding a cemented and a press
fit femoral component of a Freeman hip prostheses in relation
to measured clinical migration.
M TAYLOR, K E TANNER, M A R FREEMAN & A L YETTAM (UK)

3/3. The effects of friction and aspect ratio on the stress
distribution within the compliant layer of a cushion form
prosthetic hip joint.
K J BRYAN, M BUGGY & J Q YAO (Ireland)

4/22. The dependence of the hip forces and stem/cement interface
stress distribution on the hip rotation centre position.
A M LEBAR, A IGLIC, V ANTOLIC, F B DAMJANIC, F SRAKAR & D
BRAJNIK (Slovenia)

5/24. The influence of bone-cement elastic properties on failure
initiation in total joint replacements.
B McCORMACK & P PRENDERGAST (Ireland)

6/64. Numerical optimisation methods in hip prosthesis design.
S L EVANS & P J GREGSON (UK)

10.45 - 11.15 REFRESHMENTS

11.15 - 1.00 SESSION E
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1/28. Kinematic configuration and force distribution in the knee
joint: experimental analysis.
S ALFONSI, B ATZORI, A N NATALI & A PERISSINOTTO (Italy)

2/42. A numerical model for assessment of total knee arthroplasty.
M SIMONDI, W SKALLI, F LAVASTE (France)

3/65. An approach to the kinematic analysis of knee joint
prosthesis.
F CARLI, F GERMAGNOLI & A PIO (Italy)

4/67. Parametric design of conforming prosthetic patellar
components.
F FARAHMAND & A A AMIS (UK)

5/30. Two dimensional stress analysis of the human patella using
the finite element approach.
F NABHANI, R SOTUDEH, A HART, D S MUCKLE & R J MINNS (UK)

1.00 - 2.00 LUNCH

2.00 - 3.50 SESSION F
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1/9. A two dimensional FEM analysis of the response of the head to
impact- the importance of boundary conditions.
A H W M KUIJPERS, M H A CLAESSENS & A A H J SAUREN
(Netherlands)

2/16. Analysis of muscle forces in driver joints under car
collision.
J BAI & T TSUTA (Japan)

3/61. A technique for measuring the response of the human body to
a mechanical impulse.
M H LORENZ, G S CLARKE & J FONSECA (UK)

4/57. Dynamic response of setting human model subjected to
vertical and horizontal vibrations
W QASSEM, M O OTHMAN & S ABDUL MAGEED (Jordan)

5/51. Dynamical measurement of muscular forces and correlation
analysis among the forces.
DAI YUSHENG & WANG WEIJIE (China & UK)

3.50 - 4.15 REFRESHMENTS

4.15 - 6.15 SESSION G
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1/5. An experimental study of lumbar destabilization -
stabilization and bone density.
G J BENNETT, H A SERHAN, P SORINI & B WILLIS (USA)

2/7. A new method for correcting errors due to assumed boundary
conditions on microstructural finite element models.
J L BORODKIN & S J HOLLISTER (USA)

3/71. Automated generation of 3D FE-models of the human femur-
comparison of methods and results.
B MERZ1, M LENGSFIELD2, R MULLER1, J KAMINSKY2, P RUEGSEGGER1
& P NIEDERER1 (Switzerland1, Germany2)

4/33. Modelling of collagen-hydroxyapatite composite structure in
cancellous bone.
K O'KELLY, B McCORMACK & A CARR (Ireland)

5/34. A magneto elastic sensor for detecting stress changes in
fixation plates during bone fracture healing.
H ODUNCU & T MEYDAN (UK)

6/36. Finite element model of temperature distribution in dermal
tissues of a human limb involving epithelial tumors.
K R PARDASANI & N ADLAKHA (India)

FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER

9.00 - 10.45 SESSION H
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1/1. A 3D finite element method study of stress distribution
around dental implants supporting complete overdentures.
O ABU-HAMMAD, A C WATKINSON & A HARRISON (UK)

2/8. Superelastic nickel titanium alloys - numerical (FE)
analysis, experimental validation and orthodontic application.
C BOURAUEL, D DRESCHER, L-P NOLTE1 & D KOBE (Germany, Switzerland1)


3/11. Finite element analysis of transient heat conduction in a
restored human premolar.
D N FENNER, P W-Y CHEUNG & P B ROBINSON (UK)

4/18. An investigation into alternative methods of achieving
orthodontic attachment.
J KNOX & M L JONES (UK)

5/26. Mechanical response of dental implant frame.
E A MEROI, A N NATALI & G P CORDIOLI (Italy)

10.45 - 11.15 REFRESHMENTS

11.15 - 1.00 SESSION J
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1/41. Locking catch for an orthodontic facebow.
R H A SAMUELS (UK)

2/52. Global and local behaviour of the stress field at the base
of an orthodontic bracket.
P F HUBSCH, J KNOX, M L JONES & J MIDDLETON (UK)

3/53. A method of evaluating dynamic tooth movement.
C R VOLP, E R N WESTERN, J KNOX, M L JONES & K R WILLIAMS
(UK)

4/55. 3D numerical modelling of orthodontic brackets.
B KRALJ, M L JONES, J KNOX & J MIDDLETON (UK)

5/60. The development of glass-ionomer cements as biomedical
adhesives.
A O AKINMADE (UK)

1.00 - 2.00 LUNCH

2.00 - 3.50 SESSION K
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1/2. Simulation of heelstrike during human gait.
H S GILL & J J O'CONNER (UK)

2/10. Footwear for calcaneal spur: modelling and validation.
N CHOCKALINGAM, B N DAS & G GOPALKRISHNA (India)

3/14. Ascending and descending a step by Duchenne Muscular
Dystrophy patients.
S KHODADADEH, J R COOKE & H HOLSTEIN (UK)

4/17. Analysis of the stability of human walking during single
support.
V KROMER, M MARTINY-WEITIG & M GUEURY (France)

5/32. Deformation of the human pelvic during walking by means of
3D-FEM: consequences for pelvic-reconstruction with individual
implants.
S ORTLOFF, H M TENSI, H GESE & P STUTZ (Germany)

3.50 - 4.15 REFRESHMENTS

4.15 - 6.15 SESSION L
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1/12. Kinematics, analysis and computer simulation of leg
extension-flexion movement.
G F BIGGIOGGERO, L DIVIETI, M GALLI, R VIGANO & D LUCIANI
(Italy)

2/4. Development of materials with high fatigue performance for
spinal transpedicular screws.
H A SERHAN, G J BENNETT & C L BOLEBAUM (USA)

3/31. Application of FEM to improve the design and performance of
endoprosthesis.
H M TENSI, S ORTLOFF, H GESE, H HOOPUTRA, H MAYR & E KLOTZ
(Germany)

4/63. FEM analysis of the static stresses induced in a THR femoral
component during a standardised fatigue test.
M VICECONTI, B McNAMARA, A TONI & A GIUNTI (Italy)

5/49. A method to simulate crack formation in acrylic cement
around femoral hip prostheses using continuum damage
mechanics.
N VERDONSCHOT (Netherlands)

6/6. Shape optimization of thoracolumbar transpedicular spinal
screws.
H A SERHAN, G J BENNETT & C L BOLEBAUM (USA)

7.30 'HWRYNOS' WELSH EVENING AT GREEN DRAGON LANE (Dinner)
Meet in foyer of the Marriott Hotel at 7.00

SATURDAY 24th SEPTEMBER
9.00 - 11.00 SESSION M

1/69. Development, maintenance and adaptation of bone:
opportunities for computer modeling.
R HUISKES (Netherlands)

2/15. A principal stress-based approach to the simulation of
anisotropic bone adaptation to mechanical loading.
C R JACOBS, G S BEAUPRE, J C SIMO & D R CARTER (USA)

3/21. Daily maximal strain energy bone-remodelling theory and its
application.
WEISI WU (Germany)

4/66. Anistropic bone adaption models: Application to orthopaedic
implants.
L R RAKOTOMANANA, A TERRIER & P F LEYVRAZ (Switzerland)

5/37. A three dimensional model for osteocyte regulated
remodelling simulation.
B VAN RIETBERGEN, M G MULLENDER & R HUISKES (Netherlands)

6/47. Numerical analysis of stress distribution for osteosynthesis
with carbon implants.
S BLAZEWICZ, J FLISIAK, C WAJLER & E STASZKOW (Poland)

11.00 - 11.30 REFRESHMENTS

11.30 - 1.00 SESSION N
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1/13. On the influences of cement filling defects on hip
prosthesis interface stresses.
F B DAMJANIC, A M LEBAR, V ANTOLIC, A IGLIC & S HERMAN
(Slovenia)

2/70. Simulation of the stability of dental implants in bone using
the finite element method by natural frequency analysis.
K R WILLIAMS & A N NATALI (UK & Italy)

3/54. An homogenisation approach to predict bone response and
localised failure.
J - S LEE, G N PANDE & J MIDDLETON

CLOSURE OF SYMPOSIUM

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT JOHN MIDDLETON
(J.MIDDLETON@SWANSEA.AC.UK)

REGISTRATION FEES, INCLUSIVE OF BUFFET RECEPTION,
LUNCHES,BANQUET,PROCEEDINGS AND SOCIAL PROGRAMME.

AUTHORS.........................stlg300
DELEGATES.....................stlg360
STUDENTS.......................stlg200
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John Middleton Dept of Civil Eng/Biomedical Eng
Engineering Building, University College Swansea
Swansea, UK. Tel. 0792(295514) Fax.(295676)