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
2412007
An open source lower limb model: hip joint validation
L Modenese, ATM Phillips, AMJ Bull
Journal of biomechanics 44 (12), 2185-2193, 2011
1372011
Prediction of hip contact forces and muscle activations during walking at different speeds
L Modenese, ATM Phillips
Multibody System Dynamics 28 (1-2), 157-168, 2012
682012
The femur as a musculo-skeletal construct: a free boundary condition modelling approach
ATM Phillips
Medical engineering & physics 31 (6), 673-680, 2009
442009
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
422013
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
382014
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
372013
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
362016
Femoral bone mesoscale structural architecture prediction using musculoskeletal and finite element modelling
ATM Phillips, C Villette, Claire, L Modenese
International Biomechanics, 2015
352015
Structural optimisation: biomechanics of the femur
A Phillips
Arxiv preprint arXiv:1110.1286, 2011
342011
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
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
282004
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
252013
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
212017
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
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
162006
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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