Professor Mark Taylor
Professor Mark Taylor
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Simulation of a knee joint replacement during a gait cycle using explicit finite element analysis
AC Godest, M Beaugonin, E Haug, M Taylor, PJ Gregson
Journal of biomechanics 35 (2), 267-275, 2002
4872002
Stress and strain distribution within the intact femur: compression or bending?
ME Taylor, KE Tanner, MAR Freeman, AL Yettram
Medical engineering & physics 18 (2), 122-131, 1996
3001996
Computational modelling of cell spreading and tissue regeneration in porous scaffolds
BG Sengers, M Taylor, CP Please, ROC Oreffo
Biomaterials 28 (10), 1926-1940, 2007
1752007
Comparison of long-term numerical and experimental total knee replacement wear during simulated gait loading
LA Knight, S Pal, JC Coleman, F Bronson, H Haider, DL Levine, M Taylor, ...
Journal of biomechanics 40 (7), 1550-1558, 2007
1632007
Fatigue failure of cancellous bone: a possible cause of implant migration and loosening
M Taylor, KE Tanner
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-British Volume 79 (2), 181, 1997
1631997
Statistical modelling of the whole human femur incorporating geometric and material properties
R Bryan, P Surya Mohan, A Hopkins, F Galloway, M Taylor, PB Nair
Medical engineering & physics 32 (1), 57-65, 2010
1472010
Influence of head constraint and muscle forces on the strain distribution within the intact femur
JA Simoes, MA Vaz, S Blatcher, M Taylor
Medical Engineering & Physics 22 (7), 453-459, 2000
1322000
Use of a statistical model of the whole femur in a large scale, multi-model study of femoral neck fracture risk
R Bryan, PB Nair, M Taylor
Journal of Biomechanics 42 (13), 2171-2176, 2009
1252009
Finite element analysis of a total ankle replacement during the stance phase of gait
B Reggiani, A Leardini, F Corazza, M Taylor
Journal of biomechanics 39 (8), 1435-1443, 2006
1212006
Finite element analysis of the implanted proximal tibia:: a relationship between the initial cancellous bone stresses and implant migration
M Taylor, KE Tanner, MAR Freeman
Journal of biomechanics 31 (4), 303-310, 1998
1201998
Investigation into the effect of varus-valgus orientation on load transfer in the resurfaced femoral head: a multi-femur finite element analysis
IAJ Radcliffe, M Taylor
Clinical Biomechanics 22 (7), 780-786, 2007
1142007
Three-dimensional finite element modelling of the human ACL: simulation of passive knee flexion with a stressed and stress-free ACL
G Limbert, M Taylor, J Middleton
Journal of biomechanics 37 (11), 1723-1731, 2004
1112004
Four decades of finite element analysis of orthopaedic devices: where are we now and what are the opportunities?
M Taylor, PJ Prendergast
Journal of biomechanics 48 (5), 767-778, 2015
1052015
Cancellous bone stresses surrounding the femoral component of a hip prosthesis: an elastic-plastic finite element analysis
M Taylor, KE Tanner, MAR Freeman, AL Yettram
Medical engineering & physics 17 (7), 544-550, 1995
1011995
Bone remodelling inside a cemented resurfaced femoral head
S Gupta, AMR New, M Taylor
Clinical Biomechanics 21 (6), 594-602, 2006
982006
Cement mantle fatigue failure in total hip replacement: experimental and computational testing
JRT Jeffers, M Browne, AB Lennon, PJ Prendergast, M Taylor
Journal of biomechanics 40 (7), 1525-1533, 2007
972007
Investigation into the affect of cementing techniques on load transfer in the resurfaced femoral head: a multi-femur finite element analysis
IAJ Radcliffe, M Taylor
Clinical Biomechanics 22 (4), 422-430, 2007
892007
Finite element analysis of unicompartmental knee arthroplasty
AR Hopkins, AM New, F Rodriguez-y-Baena, M Taylor
Medical engineering & physics 32 (1), 14-21, 2010
872010
Finite element analysis of the resurfaced femoral head.
M Taylor
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of …, 2006
862006
Verification of predicted knee replacement kinematics during simulated gait in the Kansas knee simulator
JP Halloran, CW Clary, LP Maletsky, M Taylor, AJ Petrella, PJ Rullkoetter
Journal of biomechanical engineering 132, 081010, 2010
842010
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