Compressive stress-relaxation behavior of bovine growth plate may be described by the nonlinear biphasic theory.

@article{Cohen1994CompressiveSB,
  title={Compressive stress-relaxation behavior of bovine growth plate may be described by the nonlinear biphasic theory.},
  author={Bernard Cohen and G. S. Chorney and Dennis P. Phillips and Harold M Dick and Van C. Mow},
  journal={Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society},
  year={1994},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={804-13}
}
The compressive behavior of the bovine distal femoral growth plate was studied in vitro. Strain-rate controlled, compression stress-relaxation experiments were performed on cylindrical bone-growth plate-bone specimens from the interior and periphery of the growth plate. The questions addressed in this study were (a) Can the nonlinear biphasic theory, one with strain-dependent permeability, be used to represent the compressive stress-relaxation behavior of bovine growth plate? (b) How do… CONTINUE READING