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Abstract

To date, analyses of temperature in the drill area of cortical bone have been limited to measurements with thermocouple systems at a certain distance from the drill hole. This temperature measurement is often equated with the drill - cortical bone interface temperature. In order to show that there is a temperature difference, a drill hole was simulated using the Finite Element Method. The interface temperature was calculated from the energy distribution for "dry" and "watercooled" drilling.

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Authors: SCHMITT W, RWTH AACHEN (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE);WEBER H J, RWTH AACHEN (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE);JAHN D, RWTH AACHEN (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE);EURINGER H RWTH AACHEN (DE), RWTH AACHEN (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE), RWTH AACHEN (DE);KFA JUELICH (DE)
Bibliographic Reference: ARTICLE: BIOCHEMISCHE TECHNIK, VOL. 34 (1989) NO. 3, PP. 53-56
Record Number: 1989128054700 / Last updated on: 1990-11-09
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: de
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