• Title, Summary, Keyword: displacement distribution

Search Result 923, Processing Time 0.033 seconds

Influence of changing various parameters in miniscrew-assisted rapid palatal expansion: A three-dimensional finite element analysis

  • Yoon, Soungjun;Lee, Dong-Yul;Jung, Seok-Ki
    • The korean journal of orthodontics
    • /
    • v.49 no.3
    • /
    • pp.150-160
    • /
    • 2019
  • Objective: This study aimed to analyze the effect of changing various parameters of the bone-borne rapid palatal expander (RPE) using the finite element method (FEM). Methods: In eight experimental groups, we investigated the effect of the number, position, and length of miniscrews; positional changes of the expander; and changes in the hook length on maxillary expansion. In finite element analysis, we compared the magnitude and distribution of stress, and the displacement changes following expansion of the bone-borne RPE. Results: When we compared the number and position of miniscrews, placing miniscrews in the anterior and posterior sides was advantageous for maxillary expansion in terms of stress distribution and displacement changes. Miniscrew length did not significantly affect stress distribution and displacement changes. Furthermore, anteroposterior displacement of the expander did not significantly affect transverse maxillary expansion but had various effects on vertical changes of the maxilla. The maxilla rotated clockwise when the miniscrews were placed in the anterior region. The hook length of the expander did not show consistent results in terms of changes in stress distribution and magnitude or in displacement changes. Conclusions: The findings of this study suggest that changes in the location and length of the miniscrews and displacement of the bone-borne RPE could affect the pattern of the maxillary expansion, depending on the combination of these factors.

A FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF THE REVERSE HEADGEAR TO THE MAXILLARY COMPLEX (REVERSE HEADGEAR가 상악골체에 미치는 영향에 관한 유한요소법적 분석)

  • Kim, Joo-Young;Sohn, Byung-Hwa
    • The korean journal of orthodontics
    • /
    • v.15 no.1
    • /
    • pp.7-22
    • /
    • 1985
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the stress distribution and the displacement in the maxillary complex after the application of the reverse headgear. The direction of force was parallel to the occlusal plane. Orthopedic force,300gm, was applied to the maxilla of the dry human skull in a forward direction. The stress distribution and the displacement within the maxillary Complex was analyzed by a 3-dimensional finite element method. The results were as follows: 1. The stress distribution at the molar region was greater than that at the anterior. 2. The stress distribution at the lateral side of the premaxilla was greater than that at the middle aide, especially high stress was noted at the canine eminence. 9. Compressive stress was noted only at the frontozygomatic suture of the zygomatic arch. 4. A forward, upward, and sideward displacement was noted at the entire nodal points of the zygomaticomaxillary suture portion. A displacement with a slight rotation was observed on the transverse palatine suture. 5. The maximum stress was observed at the lateral side of the maxillary tuberosity area, and generally the forward and downward displacement was noted at all this area.

  • PDF

Effects of friction variability on a rolling-damper-spring isolation system

  • Wei, Biao;Wang, Peng;He, Xuhui;Zhang, Zhen;Chen, Liang
    • Earthquakes and Structures
    • /
    • v.13 no.6
    • /
    • pp.551-559
    • /
    • 2017
  • A large number of isolation systems are designed without considering the non-uniform friction distribution in space. In order to analyze the effects of non-uniform friction distribution on the structural response of isolation system, this paper presented a simplified rolling-damper-spring isolation system and analyzed the structural responses under earthquakes. The numerical results indicate that the calculation errors related to the peak values of structural acceleration, relative displacement and residual displacement are sequentially growing because of the ignorance of non-uniform friction distribution. However, the influence rule may be weakened by the spring and damper actions, and the unreasonable spring constant may lead to the sympathetic vibration of isolation system. In the case when the friction variability is large and the damper action is little, the non-uniform friction distribution should be taken into consideration during the calculation process of the peak values of structural acceleration and relative displacement. The non-uniform friction distribution should be taken into full consideration regardless of friction variability degree in calculating the residual displacement of isolation system.

Effects of Specimen Geometry on Stress Distribution in Sandwich Specimen Under Combined Loads (복합하중을 받는 샌드위치 시편의 응력분포에 미치는 시편 형상의 영향)

  • Park, Su-Kyeong;Hong, Sung-Tae
    • Transactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers A
    • /
    • v.34 no.11
    • /
    • pp.1587-1592
    • /
    • 2010
  • The effects of specimen geometry and loading conditions on the stress distribution in a sandwich specimen under combined loads are investigated by elastic finite element analysis. A commercial software NASTRAN is used in plain-strain two-dimensional finite element analysis of sandwich specimens; the analysis was performed for three different specimen shape factors and four different combined displacement conditions. The results of computational analysis suggest that the effect of the combined displacement angle, which is defined as the ratio of the shear displacement to the normal displacement, on the size of the non-homogeneous stress distribution is observed only in the case of the shear stress and von Mises stress. Also as the combined displacement angle increases, the size of the nonhomogeneous stress distribution decreases in the case of the shear stress and increases in the case of the von Mises stress. In addition, as the specimen shape factor, which is defined as the ratio of the specimen length to the height, increases, the size of the non-homogeneous stress distribution under combined displacement conditions decreases significantly.

A STUDY ON THE STRESS DISTRIBUTION OF ABUTMENT TEETH AND RESIDUAL RIDGE AREA BETWEEN TELESCOPIC AND CLASP TYPE RPD BY FEM METHOD (telescope형 및 Clasp형 유지장치를 이용한 국소의치 지지조직의 응력분포에 관한 삼차원 유한요소법적 연구)

  • Koak, Jai-Young;Kim, Kwang-Nam;Chang, Ik-Tae;Heo, Seong-Joo
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
    • /
    • v.37 no.1
    • /
    • pp.104-126
    • /
    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study was to compare and evaluate the stress distribution and displacement developed in the abutment teeth and residual ridge area by madibular unilateral distal extension removable partial denture with 2 different retainer designs. The retainers on right and left canine and right 2nd molar were Alters clasp in one model and telescopic crown in the other model. The stress distribution of abutment teeth and residual ridge area on two model were compared and analyzed with 3-dimensional finite element method. 150N and 400N forces were applied vertically, 30 degree and horizontally on the central fossa area of left 1st molar of the removable partial denture, and then stress distribution patterns were analyzed and compared. The results were as follows 1. As the magnitude and angulation of applied force were increased, the magnitude of stress on the right and central residual ridge area and the right canine of the telescopic type increased and comparing to those of the Alters clasp type. 2. As the magnitude and angulation of applied force were increased, the mesial direction of displacement on the right residual ridge area and the right tooth of the telescopic type increased and the distal direction of displacement on left residual ridge area and the left canine increased comparing to those of Akers clasp type. 3. As the vertical force was applied, the distal direction of the displacement of the right tooth were greater and that of the left canine was smaller and the upward displacement of the right canine was greater in telescopic partial denture than those of Akers clasp type. 4. As the 30 degree force was applied, the mesial direction of the displacement of the right tooth were greater and the distal direction of the displacement of the left canine was smaller and the upward displacement of the right canine was greater in telescopic partial denture than those of Akers clasp type. In the horizontal force the results were same in right area tooth but the distal direction of displacement was greater in left canine. 5. In both removable partial dentures, as the magnitude and degree of force were increased, the stress and displacement were increased. The compressive force was dominative than the ten sile force. 6. In both removable partial dentures, the magnitude of stress was greater on mucosal tissue area than that of the alveolar bone area on distal extension residual ridge area but the result was reversed on anterior residual ridge area. The displacement was always greater on mucosal tissue area than that of alveolar bone area.

  • PDF

Modeling and Analysis of Diffuse-type Optical Triangulation Displacement Sensor (난반사형 광삼각법 변위 센서의 모델링 및 거동 해석)

  • 오세백;김경찬;김수현
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Precision Engineering Conference
    • /
    • /
    • pp.43-46
    • /
    • 2000
  • Optical triangulation displacement sensors(0TDSs) are widely used for their simple struchlre, high resolution, and long operating range. However, there are several factors that must be taken into account in order to obtain high accuracy and reliability Measurement errors from inclinations a? an object surface, prohe signal fluctuations generated by speckle effects. power vanation of a light source, electronic noises, and so on. Previous models of OTDSs can not show reasonable behavior as change of surface inclination and shape of light intensity distribution on the detector. In this paper, we propose a new and reasonable modeling for diffise-type OTDSs based on a geometrical optics. To verify propriety of new modeling, we take basic experiments. Shape of light intensity distribution is asymmetric in both simulation result and experimental result. Both simulation result and experimental result show same tendency of light intensity distribution movement as changing surface inclination

  • PDF

Probabilistic analysis of spectral displacement by NSA and NDA

  • Devandiran, P.;Kamatchi, P.;Rao, K. Balaji;Ravisankar, K.;Iyer, Nagesh R.
    • Earthquakes and Structures
    • /
    • v.5 no.4
    • /
    • pp.439-459
    • /
    • 2013
  • Main objective of the present study is to determine the statistical properties and suitable probability distribution functions of spectral displacements from nonlinear static and nonlinear dynamic analysis within the frame work of Monte Carlo simulation for typical low rise and high rise RC framed buildings located in zone III and zone V and designed as per Indian seismic codes. Probabilistic analysis of spectral displacement is useful for strength assessment and loss estimation. To the author's knowledge, no study is reported in literature on comparison of spectral displacement including the uncertainties in capacity and demand in Indian context. In the present study, uncertainties in capacity of the building is modeled by choosing cross sectional dimensions of beams and columns, density and compressive strength of concrete, yield strength and elastic modulus of steel and, live load as random variables. Uncertainty in demand is modeled by choosing peak ground acceleration (PGA) as a random variable. Nonlinear static analysis (NSA) and nonlinear dynamic analysis (NDA) are carried out for typical low rise and high rise reinforced concrete framed buildings using IDARC 2D computer program with the random sample input parameters. Statistical properties are obtained for spectral displacements corresponding to performance point from NSA and maximum absolute roof displacement from NDA and suitable probability distribution functions viz., normal, Weibull, lognormal are examined for goodness-of-fit. From the hypothesis test for goodness-of-fit, lognormal function is found to be suitable to represent the statistical variation of spectral displacement obtained from NSA and NDA.

An analytical analysis of the pullout behaviour of reinforcements of MSE structures

  • Ren, Feifan;Wang, Guan;Ye, Bin
    • Geomechanics and Engineering
    • /
    • v.14 no.3
    • /
    • pp.233-240
    • /
    • 2018
  • Pullout tests are usually employed to determine the ultimate bearing capacity of reinforced soil, and the load-displacement curve can be obtained easily. This paper presents an analytical solution for predicting the full-range mechanical behavior of a buried planar reinforcement subjected to pullout based on a bi-linear bond-slip model. The full-range behavior consists of three consecutive stages: elastic stage, elastic-plastic stage and debonding stage. For each stage, closed-form solutions for the load-displacement relationship, the interfacial slip distribution, the interfacial shear stress distribution and the axial stress distribution along the planar reinforcement were derived. The ultimate load and the effective bond length were also obtained. Then the analytical model was calibrated and validated against three pullout experimental tests. The predicted load-displacement curves as well as the internal displacement distribution are in closed agreement with test results. Moreover, a parametric study on the effect of anchorage length, reinforcement axial stiffness, interfacial shear stiffness and interfacial shear strength is also presented, providing insights into the pullout behaviour of planar reinforcements of MSE structures.

Study on the Relationships of Bending Moment-Corvature Based on Bond Property (부착특성을 고려한 휨모멘트-곡률 관계에 관한 연구)

  • 장일영
    • Proceedings of the Korea Concrete Institute Conference
    • /
    • /
    • pp.81-85
    • /
    • 1991
  • The object of this study is to propose the bending moment-curvature relationships based on the bond properties between concrete and steel for noncraking zone, and evaluate the flexural displacement of reinforced concrete members. The bond-slip relationship and the strain hardening effect of steel were taken into account in order to evaluate the spacing of the cracks and the curvature distribution. Calculated curvature distribution along the longitudinal axis was transformed into equivalent curvature distribution. The flexural displacement was calculated by means of double intergral of the equivalent curvature. Calculated values are in good agreement with the experimental data.

  • PDF

FEA model analysis of the effects of the stress distribution of saddle-type implants on the alveolar bone and the structural/physical stability of implants

  • Kong, Yoon Soo;Park, Jun Woo;Choi, Dong Ju
    • Maxillofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    • /
    • v.38
    • /
    • pp.9.1-9.9
    • /
    • 2016
  • Background: As dental implants receive masticatory stress, the distribution of stress is very important to peri-implant bone homeostasis and implant survival. In this report, we created a saddle-type implant and analyzed its stability and ability to distribute stress to the surrounding bone. Methods: The implants were designed as a saddle-type implant (SI) that wrapped around the alveolar bone, and the sizes of the saddles were 2.5, 3.5, 4.5, and 5.5 mm. The X and Y displacement were compared to clarify the effects of the saddle structures. The control group consisted of dental implants without the saddle design (CI). Using finite element modeling (FEM), the stress distribution around the dental implants was analyzed. Results: With saddle-type implants, saddles longer than 4.5 mm were more effective for stress distribution than CI. Regarding lateral displacement, a SI of 2.5 mm was effective for stress distribution compared to lateral displacement. ASI that was 5.6 mm in length was more effective for stress distribution than a CI that was 10 mm in length. Conclusions: The saddle-type implant could have a bone-gaining effect. Because it has stress-distributing effects, it might protect the newly formed bone under the implant.