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June 2018 Blog Posts (3)

Structural Mechanics for Jaw Bone Reconstruction Surgery

Introduction

Currently there are a variety of methods available for the treatment of oral cancer; however, surgery is the most well established mode of treatment for the majority of oral cancers [1]. Mandibulectomy is a surgery that includes removing all or part of the mandible (the jaw bone). If an x-ray of a jaw bone finds that the tumor has grown into the bone…

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Added by Crysta Frank on June 15, 2018 at 5:15pm — No Comments

An analysis of alpine ski construction using SnS Pro

Intro

     To a skier standing at the top of a mountain, above a cliff, or in a steep chute, the load-bearing and deformation properties of an alpine ski are of extreme importance.  Given the high-stakes environment of downhill skiing, the skier must be confident that the ski will be able to withstand the stress associated with high speeds, large g-forces, and an array of different loading conditions.  This analysis aims to model multiple different ski designs and…

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Added by Michael Cooke on June 13, 2018 at 4:46pm — No Comments

Simulation and Analysis of the FIU Bridge Collapse

NOTE: This is an engineering exercise looking at the FIU Bridge as an interesting application of Scan&Solve ONLY.  We are not bridge designers.  Theories presented here must be tempered by the limitations inherent in the geometric detail, material assumptions, and mathematical models being used.

Introduction:

               On March 15, 2018, a bridge in Florida collapsed during construction killing 6 people with 9 people also…

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Added by Maxwell Beecher on June 6, 2018 at 11:50am — No Comments

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