A high-frequency shear device for testing soft biological tissues.

@article{Arbogast1997AHS,
  title={A high-frequency shear device for testing soft biological tissues.},
  author={Kristy B. Arbogast and K L Thibault and Bruno Luiz Silva Pinheiro and Karen I Winey and Susan S Margulies},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={1997},
  volume={30 7},
  pages={757-9}
}
Accurate mechanical property data obtained at large shear deformations and high frequencies are a fundamental component of realistic numerical simulations of soft tissue injury. Although many commercial systems exist for testing shear properties of viscoelastic materials with properties similar to soft biological tissue, none are capable of determining properties at high loading rates necessary for modeling soft tissue injury. Previous custom shear testing systems, though capable of high… CONTINUE READING

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