Abstract

The goal of a joint simulator is to replicate the conditions experienced by an implanted prosthesis. The accuracy of in vivo joint modeling has become increasingly important as new materials, surface treatments, coatings, and implant designs are created. Force, motion, and environmental conditions are critical for modeling in vivo joints. True physiological joint articulations consist of three orthogonal force components coupled with triaxial motion.

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