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By N. Krishnamurthy (auth.), Prof. Jianping Geng, Prof. Weiqi Yan, Dr. Wei Xu (eds.)

Part of the hot sequence, complicated themes in technological know-how and expertise in China, this publication is designed to offer the mandatory theoretical origin to new clients of the finite aspect procedure in implant dentistry, and convey how either the implant dentist and dressmaker can take advantage of finite aspect research. the 1st half offers with the idea of the finite aspect technique. containing the required mathematical concept yet written in order that readers from a dental heritage can simply comprehend. Then easy wisdom of implant dentistry is brought to readers from an engineering history. subsequent, dental implant purposes, and the severe problems with utilizing finite point research for dental implants are mentioned, via elements of dental implant modeling. ultimately, renowned advertisement finite aspect software program courses, ANSYS and ABACUS, are brought for dental finite point research. Dr J.P. Geng is a qualified implant dentist and has been an implant clothier for 15 years.

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However, while it may seem more reahstic, there are two counter-arguments: (1) Is 3D really necessary all the time? (2) Does it involve extra information, further assumptions, etc. in the input? The answer is often "No'' to the first, and "Yes'' to the second one. There is considerable pubHshed material on this topic to convince one to use discretion and e^erience before launching a full-blown 3D effort. The author has occasionally run various cases of a particular problem by both 2D and 3D, and extracted a "Correlation Factor" between 2D and 3D (for specific results), and later run only 2D cases of the same problem, applying the correlation factor to predict the more realistic 3D result.

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J^2 ~ -^62 ^ J^2 J ^5 J^5 ^ J^5 5 J^6 ^ ^6 i^ In fact, considering all the four elements connected at the node K in Fig. 12(a), as shown in Fig. 14, the stiffness coefficient ksi will not be just (ks/^^ + ks/^^) as given earlier, but will be as follows: u _ u (P), •^51 — -K51 u ^ (Q) . J. K51 T . i ^ i . i (R)_LT. ^ K51 (S) ^ K51 , , n n ^ T. Fig. 1. ^ and Q. 28) m=l More than the mathematical justification, it can be intuitively appreciated that for a node to displace along any of its DOF, it has to exert actions to overcome the stiffnesses of all the elements attached at that node.

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