Modeling the matrix of articular cartilage using a continuous fiber angular distribution predicts many observed phenomena.

Abstract

Cartilage is a hydrated soft tissue whose solid matrix consists of negatively charged proteoglycans enmeshed within a fibrillar collagen network. Though many aspects of cartilage mechanics are well understood today, most notably in the context of porous media mechanics, there remain a number of responses observed experimentally whose prediction from theory… (More)
DOI: 10.1115/1.3118773

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