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1. Cutting direction does not change. When cutting progresses from one cutting plane to the next without direction change, the values of level set function φ of the nodes and integration points whose φ n ≥ 0 need to be updated. The update process is illustrated in Fig. 3. No update is done in the space where φ n < 0 (indicated as non-update space Ω non-update in Fig. 3) while the rest of the analysed domain (where φ n ≥ 0) is an update space ψ n+1 = ψ n in Ω φ n+1 = φ n in Ω non-update φ n+1 (x, y, z) = (x − xn+1 ep ) + z − zn+1 ep Txn+1 T n+1 + (y − yn+1 ep ) Tzn+1 T n+1 in Ω update (3) (4) Tyn+1 T n+1 (5) where Ω is the union of Ω non-update and Ω update regions.
2 below. First, the patient-specific FE model is created from the initial imaging data (CT scans of legs without external compression). The result of the simulation is then compared to the final experimental data (CT scans of legs with MCS) based on a cost function, detailed below, which estimates the difference between the target leg contour (experimental images of leg under external compression) and the simulated leg contour. If the match between the two contours is not satisfactory, new constitutive parameters are calculated by an optimisation algorithm and the process is reiterated.
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