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A Special Theory of Biphasic Mixtures and Experimental Results for Human Annulus Fibrosus Tested in Confined Compression

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Stephen M. Klisch

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Jeffrey C. Lotz

Orthopædic Bioengineering Laboratory, Department of Orthopædic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143

J Biomech Eng 122(2), 180-188 (Nov 30, 1999) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.429640 History: Received October 13, 1998; Revised November 30, 1999
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Schematic of experimental design. The specimen is supported between a rigid platen at X3=0, a fixed porous platen at X3=h, and a rigid confining chamber on its periphery. The displacement is applied to the rigid platen. The junction between the rigid platen and the specimen (i.e., X3=0) is chosen as a “stationary” reference plane. Thus, the displacements are zero at X3=0 and are prescribed at X3=h.
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Protocol for obtaining cylindrical axial and radial test specimens from an intact intervertebral disc. A lateral block of the disc was removed and 2-mm-thick axial and radial slices were cut from the block. A cylindrical test specimen was punched from each slice using the internal confining chamber.
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Experimental data measured for the solid stress at X3=h (surface stress) versus time for four consecutive stress-relaxation cycles during test 1A.
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Theoretical curve-fit using Eqs. (19), (23), (25), (26) to the experimental data representing the equilibrium solid stress versus the measured equilibrium stretch λ3 for test 1A. Circles=experimental points, line=theoretical fit. The material constants were α0=0.074 MPa,β=0.658, and Q=0.027 MPa, and the R2 value was 1.000. With Q=0, the R2 value was 1.000 (not shown).
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Optimized numerical solution to Eq. (21) to achieve a best-fit regression to the experimental data measured for the solid stress at X3=h (surface stress) versus time for the first two stress-relaxation cycles for test 1A. Circles=experimental points, line=theoretical fit. The material constants were k0=0.0061 mm4/N-s and M=9.5 and the R2 value was 0.989. With Q=0, the R2 value was 0.991 (not shown).
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Plot of equilibrium aggregate modulus HA0 versus initial water content ϕ0f. A nonlinear power law relationship HA0=0.008(ϕ0f)−13.1 MPa best describes the curve, R2=0.49. This dependence was significant (p<0.001).
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Plot of initial permeability constant k0 versus initial water content ϕ0f. A nonlinear power law relationship k0=0.1156(ϕ0f)15.41 mm4/N-s best describes the curve, R2=0.38. This dependence was significant (p<0.001).

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