Spring–damper equivalents of the fractional, poroelastic, and poroviscoelastic models for elastography

@article{Holm2018SpringdamperEO,
  title={Spring–damper equivalents of the fractional, poroelastic, and poroviscoelastic models for elastography},
  author={Sverre Holm},
  journal={Nmr in Biomedicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={31}
}
  • Sverre Holm
  • Published 2018
  • Physics, Medicine, Chemistry
  • Nmr in Biomedicine
  • In MR elastography, it is common to use an elastic model for the tissue's response in order to interpret the results properly. More complex models, such as viscoelastic, fractional viscoelastic, poroelastic, or poroviscoelastic ones, are also used. These models appear at first sight to be very different, but here it is shown that they may all be expressed in terms of elementary viscoelastic models. For a medium expressed with fractional models, many elementary spring–damper combinations are… CONTINUE READING

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