Andrew T.M. Phillips
Andrew T.M. Phillips
Structural Biomechanics, Imperial College London
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Finite element modelling of the pelvis: inclusion of muscular and ligamentous boundary conditions
ATM Phillips, P Pankaj, CR Howie, AS Usmani, A Simpson
Medical engineering & physics 29 (7), 739-748, 2007
2472007
An open source lower limb model: hip joint validation
L Modenese, ATM Phillips, AMJ Bull
Journal of biomechanics 44 (12), 2185-2193, 2011
1412011
Prediction of hip contact forces and muscle activations during walking at different speeds
L Modenese, ATM Phillips
Multibody System Dynamics 28 (1), 157-168, 2012
722012
Hip abduction can prevent posterior edge loading of hip replacements
RJ van Arkel, L Modenese, ATM Phillips, JRT Jeffers
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 31 (8), 1172-1179, 2013
462013
The femur as a musculo-skeletal construct: a free boundary condition modelling approach
ATM Phillips
Medical engineering & physics 31 (6), 673-680, 2009
432009
Femoral bone mesoscale structural architecture prediction using musculoskeletal and finite element modelling
ATM Phillips, C Villette, Claire, L Modenese
International Biomechanics, 2015
422015
Application of a falsification strategy to a musculoskeletal model of the lower limb and accuracy of the predicted hip contact force vector
L Modenese, A Gopalakrishnan, ATM Phillips
Journal of Biomechanics 46 (6), 1193-1200, 2013
402013
A comparative study of orthotropic and isotropic bone adaptation in the femur
DM Geraldes, ATM Phillips
International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering 30 (9 …, 2014
392014
Modeling the biomechanics of fetal movements
SW Verbruggen, JHW Loo, TTA Hayat, JV Hajnal, MA Rutherford, ...
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 15 (4), 995-1004, 2016
372016
Structural optimisation: biomechanics of the femur
A Phillips
Arxiv preprint arXiv:1110.1286, 2011
352011
Consideration of multiple load cases is critical in modelling orthotropic bone adaptation in the femur
DM Geraldes, L Modenese, ATM Phillips
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 15 (5), 1029-1042, 2016
302016
Stresses and strains on the human fetal skeleton during development
NCN Stefaan W. Verbruggen, Bernhard Kainz, Susan C. Shelmerdine, Joseph V ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2018
292018
Constitutive models for impacted morsellised cortico-cancellous bone
A Phillips, P Pankaj, F May, K Taylor, C Howie, A Usmani
Biomaterials 27 (9), 2162-2170, 2006
292006
Evaluating a suitable level of model complexity for finite element analysis of the intact acetabulum
SG Clarke, ATM Phillips, AMJ Bull
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (7), 717-724, 2013
282013
The effect of acetabular cup size on the short-term stability of revision hip arthroplasty: a finite element investigation
ATM Phillips, Pankaj, AS Usmani, CR Howie
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 2004
272004
Function and failure of the fetal membrane: modelling the mechanics of the chorion and amnion
SW Verbruggen, ML Oyen, ATM Phillips, NC Nowlan
PLoS One 12 (3), e0171588, 2017
202017
3D non-linear analysis of the acetabular construct following impaction grafting
ATM Phillips, P Pankaj, CR Howie, AS Usmani, A Simpson
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 9 (3), 125-133, 2006
192006
A hierarchy of computationally derived surgical and patient influences on metal on metal press-fit acetabular cup failure
SG Clarke, ATM Phillips, AMJ Bull, JP Cobb
Journal of biomechanics 45 (9), 1698-1704, 2012
162012
The elastic properties of morsellised cortico-cancellous bone graft are dependent on its prior loading
ATM Phillips, DT Brown, TZ Oram, CR Howie, AS Usmani
Journal of biomechanics 39 (8), 1517-1526, 2006
162006
Validation of FE micromotions and strains around a press-fit cup: introducing a new micromotion measuring technique
SG Clarke, ATM Phillips, AMJ Bull
Annals of biomedical engineering 40 (7), 1586-1596, 2012
142012
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