Data set for a validated open-source multi-solver fourth generation composite femur model

Dataset

Description

Contains Abaqus, Ansys and FEBio validated models of fourth generation composite femurs and the output results as well as the experimental data for validation

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The condition for use of these models is that the following publication is cited:
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A.R.MacLeod, H.Rose, H.S.Gill, A Validated Open-Source Multi-Solver Fourth Generation Composite Femur Model, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 2016

The files contained in this directory are for the composite femur model F10 discussed in the publication.
All models are for the converged 0.75 mm mesh size detailed in the publication.

The ABAQUS input file:
F10_ABAQUS.inp

The ANSYS input file:
F10_ANSYS.ans

The FEBIO geometry and main input files:
F10_FEBIO_GEOM.feb
F10_FEBIO_MAIN.feb

The predicted equivalent strains for each of the models is given is the 'Results' files:
Results_F10_Abaqus.txt
Results_F10_Ansys.txt
Results_F10_FEBio.txt

In these files, rows 1-4 represent strain gauge locations 1-4. There are 11 load increments for each location: 0 to 500 N in 50 N increments.

The experimental results are also provided in an identical format:
Results_F10_EXPERIMENTAL_STRAINS.txt
Date made available2016
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Date of data production1 Feb 2014 - 30 Jun 2016
Geographical coverageDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, University of Bath, UK

Cite this

Gill, R. (Creator), MacLeod, A. (Creator). (2016): Data set for a validated open-source multi-solver fourth generation composite femur model, University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00239