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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Biomechanical changes and recovery of gait function after total hip arthroplasty for osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
JS Bahl, MJ Nelson, M Taylor, LB Solomon, JB Arnold, D Thewlis
Osteoarthritis and cartilage 26 (7), 847-863, 2018
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
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
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
Bone remodelling inside a cemented resurfaced femoral head
S Gupta, AMR New, M Taylor
Clinical Biomechanics 21 (6), 594-602, 2006
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
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
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