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Development of a preliminary finite element model to analyse the proximal ring of an endovascular device

McCummiskey, E. and Dempster, W.M. and Nash, D.H. and Ashton, T.R. and Stevenson, D.G. (2005) Development of a preliminary finite element model to analyse the proximal ring of an endovascular device. In: UK ANSYS User Conference 2005, 2005-11-15 - 2005-11-16.

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