The "Standardised Femur" model
datasetposted on 19.09.2016 by Marco Viceconti
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The standardized femur is the 3D surface model of a femoral bone analogue (mod. #3103) produced by Pacific Research Labs (Vashon Island, Washington, USA) which was for a long while the "de facto" standard in experimental orthopaedic biomechanics.
Much experimental data based on this bone analogue are available in the literature; we proposed to adopt this geometry as a reference for orthopaedic biomechanics finite element studies.
This fileset was originally available through the PhysiomeSpace repository, which has now closed.