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Título: Finite element analysis applied to dentoalveolar trauma: methodology description
Autor(es): Silva, Bruno Rocha da
Moreira Neto, José Jeová Siebra
Silva Júnior, Francisco Ilson da
Aguiar, Andréa Silvia Walter de
Palavras-chave: Método dos elementos finitos
Biomecânica
Data do documento: 2011
Editor: ISRN Dentistry
Citação: SILVA, B. R. ; MOREIRA NETO, J. J. S. ; SILVA JUNIOR, F. I. ; AGUIAR, A. S. W. (2011)
Abstract: Dentoalveolar traumatic injuries are among the clinical conditions most frequently treated in dental practice. However, few studies so far have addressed the biomechanical aspects of these events, probably as a result of difficulties in carrying out satisfactory experimental and clinical studies as well as the unavailability of truly scientific methodologies. The aim of this paper was to describe the use of finite element analysis applied to the biomechanical evaluation of dentoalveolar trauma. For didactic purposes, the methodological process was divided into steps that go from the creation of a geometric model to the evaluation of final results, always with a focus on methodological characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages, so as to allow the reader to customize the methodology according to specific needs. Our description shows that the finite element method can faithfully reproduce dentoalveolar trauma, provided the methodology is closely followed and thoroughly evaluated.
Descrição: SILVA, B. R. et al. Finite element analysis applied to dentoalveolar trauma: methodology description. ISRN Dentistry, p. 1-5, 2011.
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufc.br/handle/riufc/2654
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