Damaged-Bone Adaptation Under Steady Homogeneous Stress

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S. Ramtani, M. Zidi

Université Paris Val de Marne, Faculté des Sciences et Technologie, Laboratoire de Biomécanique, Biomatériaux Osseux et Articulaires/CNRS ESA 7052, 61, avenue du général De Gaulle, 94010 Créteil cédex, France

J Biomech Eng 124(3), 322-327 (May 21, 2002) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1467918 History: Received July 14, 2000; Revised January 28, 2002; Online May 21, 2002
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Time remodeling constant τ versus steady homogeneous damage d
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Temporal evolution e(t) for various values of damage d
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(a) Axial strain evolution E33(t) for various values of damage d; (b) lateral strain evolution E22(t) for various values of damage d; (c) lateral strain evolution E11(t) for various values of damage d
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Variation of Δe(t) for various values of damage d



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