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A new theory of fluid-solid coupling in a porous medium for application to the ultrasonic evaluation of tissue remodeling using bioelastomers

@article{Jiang2020ANT,
  title={A new theory of fluid-solid coupling in a porous medium for application to the ultrasonic evaluation of tissue remodeling using bioelastomers},
  author={Chuanyang Jiang and Yanying Zhu and Kaixuan Guo and Qing Li and Zhen-Ting You and Jiao Yu},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Bioelastomers have demonstrated tremendous value and potential in the field of tissue repair due to increasing health demands. Improved non-invasive methods are required for monitoring tissue development assisted by bioelastomers. In this paper, we present a novel theory of fluid-solid coupling in a porous medium for application to the ultrasonic evaluation of tissue remodeling using bioelastomers. The common assumption of equal solid and liquid displacements used in the conventional… 

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