Comparison of the linear finite element prediction of deformation and strain of human cancellous bone to 3D digital volume correlation measurements.

@article{Zauel2005ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the linear finite element prediction of deformation and strain of human cancellous bone to 3D digital volume correlation measurements.},
  author={Roger Zauel and Yener Nail Yeni and Brian K. Bay and Xuanling Neil Dong and David P. Fyhrie},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2005},
  volume={128 1},
  pages={
          1-6
        }
}
The mechanical properties of cancellous bone and the biological response of the tissue to mechanical loading are related to deformation and strain in the trabeculae during function. Due to the small size of trabeculae, their motion is difficult to measure. To avoid the need to measure trabecular motions during loading the finite element method has been used to estimate trabecular level mechanical deformation. This analytical approach has been empirically successful in that the analytical models… CONTINUE READING

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