Modüler Multiplanar Poliaksiyal Aanatomik Biyolojik Minimalistik Kişiye Özgü Yeni Bir Kemik Tesbit İmplantı ORTOSTAR 1

Oğuz, Erbil
Yıldız, Cemil
Özkan, Hüseyin
Tönük, Ergin
Pektaş, Ömer
Keskin, Cihan
Erkan, Onur Mert
Akpancar, Serkan
Bahtiyar, Eyüp Emre


Design of a modular orthopedic implant
Erkan, Onur Mert; Tönük, Ergin; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2015)
Bone fracture due to trauma and bone defects by birth are very common in orthopedics, making their treatment crucial. In this study, a novel design to treat upper arm fractures is introduced and assessed mechanically. The design offers medical doctors longitudinal and angular flexibility when compared to widely used orthopedic plates. Hence the new design covers a variety of fracture types. Earlier conceptual designs are reviewed to demonstrate the progress of design. Mechanical performance of the final des...
External configuration design and aerodynamic optimization of modular guided munitions
Gün, Mert; Sezer Uzol, Nilay; Department of Aerospace Engineering (2019)
Guided munitions, also known as gliding missiles, are not stand alone systems; rather, they are converted from a dummy body with the help of guidance kits. Guided munitions are used in great number during military operations, unlike air-to-air or cruise missiles. Guided munitions can be classified in two main sub-categories. First group provides guidance and stability with use of strakes. These type of missiles used for relatively short ranges. Second group has wings instead of strakes and effective in larg...
An algorithm to resolve the optimal locomotion problem of modular robots
Mencek, Hakan; Soylu, Reşit; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
In this study, a novel optimal motion planning algorithm is developed for the locomotion of modular robots. The total energy consumption of the robot is considered to be the optimization criteria. In order to determine the energy consumption of the system, the kinematic and dynamic analyses of the system are performed. Due to the variable number of modules in the system, a recursive formulation is developed for both kinematic and dynamic analyses. Coulomb's static and dynamic friction models are used to mod...
Dynamic stability analysis of modular, self-reconfigurable robotic systems
Böke, Tevfik Ali; Soylu, Reşit; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2005)
In this study, an efficient algorithm has been developed for the dynamic stability analysis of self-reconfigurable, modular robots. Such an algorithm is essential for the motion planning of self-reconfigurable robotic systems. The building block of the algorithm is the determination of the stability of a rigid body in contact with the ground when there exists Coulomb friction between the two bodies. This problem is linearized by approximating the friction cone with a pyramid and then solved, efficiently, us...
Investigation of modular multilevel converter control methods
Ertürk, Feyzullah; Hava, Ahmet Masum; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2015)
The thesis focuses on the analysis and control of modular multilevel converter (MMC). The control structures used in the control of MMC are presented. Outer control loops of the converter such as output current, DC-link voltage, and power controls as well as inner control structures unique to the converter such as circulating current control and sorting algorithm based submodule voltage balancing are investigated. In addition, switching methods proposed for MMC are also described. These control and switchin...
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E. Oğuz et al., “Modüler Multiplanar Poliaksiyal Aanatomik Biyolojik Minimalistik Kişiye Özgü Yeni Bir Kemik Tesbit İmplantı ORTOSTAR 1,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: