A damage model for nonlinear tensile behavior of cortical bone.

@article{Fondrk1999ADM,
  title={A damage model for nonlinear tensile behavior of cortical bone.},
  author={M T Fondrk and Eugene Bahniuk and Dwight T. Davy},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={1999},
  volume={121 5},
  pages={
          533-41
        }
}
To describe the time-dependent nonlinear tensile behavior observed in experimental studies of cortical bone, a damage model was developed using two internal state variables (ISV's). One ISV is a damage parameter that represents the loss of stiffness. A rule for the evolution of this ISV was defined based on previously observed creep behavior. The second ISV represents the inelastic strain due to viscosity and internal friction. The model was tested by simulating experiments in tensile and… CONTINUE READING

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