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Fnite Element Analysis of an Implant Genesis Aktiv Model in the Determination of Insertion Torque and Occlusal Force

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 1017-1032

Keywords : Dental Implant; Mandible STEP File (Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data); CATIA V5 & Finite Element Analysis;

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The finite element analysis (FEA) has been used extensively to predict the biomechanical performance of various dental implant designs as well as the effect of clinical factors on implant success. It is an ultimate method for modelling complex structures and analyzing their mechanical properties. In Implantology, FEA has been used to study the stress patterns in various implant components and also in the peri-implant bone. It is also useful for studying the biomechanical properties of implants as well as for predicting the success of implants in clinical condition. The Human Mandible of a male patient aged 53 years, which is having first molar missing, is chosen to carry out the FEA Analysis. The Von- Mises Stress, Total deformation is solved for both insertion torque and occlusal force. The FEA analysis is carried out on the first molar contact condition as per the literature available based on the very moment of occlusion to maximum biting. Similarly, the implant insertion torque values are taken from the literature and also from the Implant Genesis insertion torque value standards. In this present work, the Implant Genesis Aktiv Model dental implants of different diameters, lengths along with its structure is being modelled and the suitable implant required for the selected patient is identified from the NNT Viewer software by New Tom which is widely used by Dental surgeons in implantology and maxillofacial surgeries for study of the CBCT (Cone Beam Computerized Tomography) scans in multiple views and planning of the surgeries. The Implant Genesis Aktiv Model implants are made of Titanium Grade 4 (Ti-6Al-4V) and the same is given as material properties for performing FEA Analysis. The results attained from the insertion torque and Occlusal force shows that the formation of Von Mises stresses are very low, and the all the stress values generated are permissible for the mandible.

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