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Application of Biot’s theory to ultrasonic characterization of human cancellous bones: Determination of structural, material, and mechanical properties
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10.1121/1.2839016
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FIG. 1.

Intrinsic permeability measured using falling head method vs porosity.

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Tortuosity measured by electrical spectroscopy vs porosity.

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FIG. 3.

Sound velocity of longitudinal and shear waves vs porosity. Ultrasonic studies were performed for dry cancellous bones.

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FIG. 4.

elastic constant vs porosity. Our experimental results (closed squares) are compared with the data obtained by the other authors, Hosokawa and Otani (1997), Wear et al. (2005), Fellah et al. (2004), Sebaa et al. (2006).

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FIG. 5.

elastic constant vs porosity. Our experimental results (closed squares) are compared with the data obtained by the other authors, Hosokawa and Otani (1997), Wear et al. (2005), Fellah et al. (2004), Sebaa et al. (2006).

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FIG. 6.

elastic constant vs porosity. Our experimental results (closed squares) are compared with the data obtained by the other authors, Hosokawa and Otani (1997), Wear et al. (2005), Fellah et al. (2004), Sebaa et al. (2006).

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TABLE I.

Input parameters for calculations of elastic moduli. In the case of Fellah et al. (2004) and Sebaa et al. (2006), data for the sample M2 were chosen. All modulus are in GPa. Opt: Value obtained using optimization; m: Marrow; w: Water; b.f.: Bovine femur; h.f.: Human femur; h.c.: Human calcaneus.

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Scitation: Application of Biot’s theory to ultrasonic characterization of human cancellous bones: Determination of structural, material, and mechanical properties
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/123/4/10.1121/1.2839016
10.1121/1.2839016
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