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Finite element analysis is widely used to describe the biomechanical behaviour of bones. Biomechanical analysis is an interdisciplinary branch that integrates biology and mechanical engineering to understand the behaviour of biological materials. The purpose of this paper is to offer a method for evaluating the hard tissue material qualities of bovine bone. This research is critical in the development of orthopaedic operations to be performed on bovine bone. The study's goal is to discover the material properties of the bovine femur bone. The study of the interaction of metallic joint with bone material necessitates the mechanical properties of bone to be evaluated. Braces or steel plate permanently fixes to the animal that has a fracture to bone or cracks bone. Braces or steel plates are fixed to the bone by a screw. In this study, a three-dimensional virtual femur bone is modelled and then it is merged with material properties and mesh generation algorithm, then it is analysed using the ANSYS for different stress condition. The elastic constants and stiffness coefficients can be utilised to build an orthopaedic system for a patient using finite element analysis. This study takes into account factors such as species gender, bone density, etc.