Jason Halloran
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Explicit finite element modeling of total knee replacement mechanics
JP Halloran, AJ Petrella, PJ Rullkoetter
Journal of biomechanics 38 (2), 323-331, 2005
Considerations for reporting finite element analysis studies in biomechanics
A Erdemir, TM Guess, J Halloran, SC Tadepalli, TM Morrison
Journal of biomechanics 45 (4), 625-633, 2012
Comparison of deformable and elastic foundation finite element simulations for predicting knee replacement mechanics
JP Halloran, SK Easley, AJ Petrella, PJ Rullkoetter
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
Concurrent musculoskeletal dynamics and finite element analysis predicts altered gait patterns to reduce foot tissue loading
JP Halloran, M Ackermann, A Erdemir, AJ Van den Bogert
Journal of biomechanics 43 (14), 2810-2815, 2010
Multiscale mechanics of articular cartilage: potentials and challenges of coupling musculoskeletal, joint, and microscale computational models
JP Halloran, S Sibole, CC Van Donkelaar, MC Van Turnhout, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 40 (11), 2456-2474, 2012
Probabilistic finite element prediction of knee wear simulator mechanics
PJ Laz, S Pal, JP Halloran, AJ Petrella, PJ Rullkoetter
Journal of biomechanics 39 (12), 2303-2310, 2006
Adaptive surrogate modeling for efficient coupling of musculoskeletal control and tissue deformation models
JP Halloran, A Erdemir, AJ Van Den Bogert
An elaborate data set characterizing the mechanical response of the foot
A Erdemir, PA Sirimamilla, JP Halloran, AJ van den Bogert
Journal of biomechanical engineering 131 (9), 2009
A general framework for application of prestrain to computational models of biological materials
SA Maas, A Erdemir, JP Halloran, JA Weiss
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 61, 499-510, 2016
A three-dimensional inverse finite element analysis of the heel pad
S Chokhandre, JP Halloran, AJ van den Bogert, A Erdemir
Deciphering the “art” in modeling and simulation of the knee joint: overall strategy
A Erdemir, TF Besier, JP Halloran, CW Imhauser, PJ Laz, TM Morrison, ...
Journal of biomechanical engineering 141 (7), 071002, 2019
Adaptive surrogate modeling for expedited estimation of nonlinear tissue properties through inverse finite element analysis
JP Halloran, A Erdemir
Annals of biomedical engineering 39 (9), 2388-2397, 2011
Commentary on the integration of model sharing and reproducibility analysis to scholarly publishing workflow in computational biomechanics
A Erdemir, TM Guess, JP Halloran, L Modenese, JA Reinbolt, DG Thelen, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 63 (10), 2080-2085, 2016
Evaluation of a post-processing approach for multiscale analysis of biphasic mechanics of chondrocytes
SC Sibole, S Maas, JP Halloran, JA Weiss, A Erdemir
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (10), 1112-1126, 2013
Validation of predicted TKR kinematic variation with implant design
J Halloran, LP Maletsky, M Taylor, C Clary, A Petrella, P Rullkoetter
52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society 31, 0588, 2006
Efficient dynamic finite element rigid body analysis of TJR
JP Halloran, SK Easley, J Penmetsa, PJ Laz, AJ Petrella, PJ Rullkoetter
Proceedings of the 2003 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, Key Biscayne …, 2003
Use of distraction loading to estimate subject-specific knee ligament slack lengths
W Zaylor, BN Stulberg, JP Halloran
Journal of biomechanics 92, 1-5, 2019
Open Knee (s): comprehensive patellofemoral joint testing for specimen-specific next generation knee models
RW Colbrunn, TF Bonner, SK Chokhandre, CJ Bennetts, J Halloran, ...
ASB, 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, 2015
Dynamic finite element model predicts tibio-and patello-femoral mechanics
J Halloran, LP Maletsky, M Taylor, C Clary, A Petrella, P Rullkoetter
51st Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society 116, 2005
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