Figure 8. Equivalent stress in Orbital cavity Figure 8. Equivalent stress in Orbital cavity Figure 9. Total deformation in Orbital cavity 3. FEM pelvic bone modelling Figure 9. Total deformation in Orbital cavity 3. FEM pelvic bone modelling a) Inner surface of frontal bone. b) Crista galli. c) Lamina cribrosa. d) Body of sphenoid bone. e)... a) Inner surface of frontal bone. b) Crista galli. c) Lamina cribrosa. d) Body of sphenoid bone. e)... Figure 6. Orbital cavity meshed by tetrahedron elements 2.1. Results Figure 6. Orbital cavity meshed by tetrahedron elements 2.1. Results Horizontal section of nasal and orbital cavities. Horizontal section of nasal and orbital cavities. Specification Specification F IG. 191– Horizontal section of nasal and orbital cavities. ( See enlarged image ) F IG. 191– Horizontal section of nasal and orbital cavities. ( See enlarged image ) Figure 24. Diagrams of bifurcation Figure 24. Diagrams of bifurcation Figure 25. Trajectories in the phase space {φ; γ} calculated for A T G and C bases and for the... Figure 25. Trajectories in the phase space {φ; γ} calculated for A, T, G and C bases and for the... Table 2. Muscle forces forces direction and number of chosen nodes (based on (Wall 2002; Cranney... Table 2. Muscle forces, forces direction and number of chosen nodes (based on (Wall, 2002; Cranney,... Figure 2. Computer model of an eye-socket Figure 2. Computer model of an eye-socket F IG. 888– Sagittal section of right Orbital cavity. ( See enlarged image ) F IG. 888– Sagittal section of right Orbital cavity. ( See enlarged image ) Figure 23. Trajectories in the configuration space {φ1; φ2} calculated for AT and GC oscillating... Figure 23. Trajectories in the configuration space {φ1; φ2} calculated for AT and GC oscillating... Figure 22. Solutions of equations (4) – (5) obtained for AT and GC oscillating base pairs and for... Figure 22. Solutions of equations (4) – (5) obtained for AT and GC oscillating base pairs and for... Histological features of a fibroblastic meningioma - Anne Marie Capodano. Pathology According to the... Histological features of a fibroblastic meningioma - Anne Marie Capodano. Pathology According to the... Figure 7. Equivalent stress distribution in orbital bone Figure 7. Equivalent stress distribution in orbital bone The Orbital cavity was examined sonographically with the smallest power value able to reveal... The Orbital cavity was examined sonographically with the smallest power value able to reveal... Figure 13. 3rd principal stress for extension Figure 13. 3rd principal stress for extension Figure 12. 1st principal stress for extension Figure 12. 1st principal stress for extension Figure 3. Meshed orbital bone with applied force Figure 3. Meshed orbital bone with applied force OC= Optic Canal SOF= Superior Orbital Fissure CTR= Common Tendinous Ring II= Optic Nerve OA=... OC= Optic Canal , SOF= Superior Orbital Fissure , CTR= Common Tendinous Ring , II= Optic Nerve , OA=... Table 3. Movements restriction Table 3. Movements restriction Figure 17. Huber Von Mises eq. strain for adduction and cross-sectional view Figure 17. Huber Von Mises eq. strain for adduction and cross-sectional view Figure 18. Huber Von Mises eq. stress for abduction and cross-sectional view Figure 18. Huber Von Mises eq. stress for abduction and cross-sectional view Figure 14. Huber von Mises eq. stress for extension and cross-sectional view Figure 14. Huber von Mises eq. stress for extension and cross-sectional view v t e Head and neck anatomy - accessory organs of the eye v t e Head and neck anatomy - accessory organs of the eye v t e General anatomy of head and neck - head v t e General anatomy of head and neck - head v t e General anatomy of head and neck - head v t e General anatomy of head and neck - head Figure 15. Total displacement for extension and cross-sectional view Figure 15. Total displacement for extension and cross-sectional view The cavity below the eye is a sinus the most common place for the infection to start. © 2009... The cavity below the eye is a sinus, the most common place for the infection to start. © 2009...
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