Zoltán I Bocskai

Zoltán I Bocskai
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Structural Mechanics

PhD

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Publications (8)
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Purpose: To evaluate and compare the mechanical resistance to tearing of the anterior lens capsule opening after staining with different concentrations of trypan blue in ex vivo porcine eyes. Setting: Semmelweis University, and Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary. Design: Experimental study. Methods: The study...
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To evaluate and compare the mechanical properties of anterior capsule opening performed with femtosecond laser capsulotomy at different energy settings in ex vivo porcine anterior lens capsule specimens. Twenty-five fresh porcine eyes per group were included in the study. Femtosecond laser capsulotomy was performed with three different pulse energy...
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Purpose: To evaluate and compare the mechanical properties of anterior capsule openings performed with the continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis (CCC) technique and femtosecond laser capsulotomy (FLC) in ex vivo porcine lens capsule specimens. Methods: Fresh porcine eyes were included in the study (CCC group, n = 50; FLC group, n = 30). The capsu...
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The mechanical behaviour of zonular fibres greatly affects the accommodation process in mammalian eyes. This paper introduces a detailed measurement procedure for the purpose of obtaining the force-displacement diagram necessary to evaluate the mechanical properties of porcine zonular fibres in situ. It is a complex technique, keeping the integrity...
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This paper deals with the biomechanical analyse of the human eye with a complex numerical model. We present our three dimensional finite element model including the built-up parts, applied material and geometric properties. Hereupon we describe the subjects which we want to investigate with this 3D model, such as accommodation, presbyopia and so on...

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