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Finite Element Modeling and Mechanical Analysis of Orthodontics
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Finite Element Modeling and Mechanical Analysis of Orthodontics
Heo, Gyeong-Heon; Cha, Gyeong-Seok; Ju, Jin-Won;
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 Abstract
The movement of teeth and initial stress associated with the treatment of orthodontics have been successfully studied using the finite element method. To reduce the effort in preprocessing of finite element analysis, we developed two types of three-dimensional finite element models based on the standard teeth model. Individual malocclusions were incorporated in the finite element The movement of teeth and initial stress associated with the treatment of orthodontics have been successfully studied using the finite element method. To reduce the effort in preprocessing of finite element analysis, we developed two types of three-dimensional finite element models based on the standard teeth model. Individual malocclusions were incorporated in the finite element models by considering the measuring factors such as angulation, crown inclination, rotation and translations. The finite element analysis for the wire activation with a T-loop arch wire was carried out. Mechanical behavior on the movement and the initial stress for the malocclusion finite element model was shown to agree with the objectives of the actual treatment. Finite element models and procedures of analysis developed in this study would be suitably utilized for the design of initial shape of the wire and determination of activation displacements.
 Keywords
Finite Element Modeling;Malocclusion;Activation;Initial Stress of Orthodontics;
 Language
Korean
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대한기계학회논문집A, 2004. vol.28. 8, pp.1237-1244 crossref(new window)
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