Multiaxial strength characteristics of trabecular bone.

@article{Stone1983MultiaxialSC,
  title={Multiaxial strength characteristics of trabecular bone.},
  author={Julie L. Stone and Gary S. Beaupr{\'e} and Wilson C. Hayes},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={1983},
  volume={16 9},
  pages={
          743-52
        }
}
Bovine trabecular bone specimens were tested in multiaxial stress, including pure shear, in a special test device. Shear strength was proportional to apparent density to the exponent 1.65, in approximate agreement with theoretical and experimental studies on the shear strengths of porous foams. The mean shear strength was 6.60 +/- 1.66 MPa, after normalizing for apparent density. This compares well with normalized shear strengths from Saha and Gorman's (1981) study on human femora. A scanning… CONTINUE READING
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