The nonlinear characteristics of soft gels and hydrated connective tissues in ultrafiltration.

@article{Holmes1990TheNC,
  title={The nonlinear characteristics of soft gels and hydrated connective tissues in ultrafiltration.},
  author={Mark H. Holmes and Van C. Mow},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={1990},
  volume={23 11},
  pages={1145-56}
}
A one-dimensional ultrafiltration problem of fluid flow through a soft permeable tissue or gel under high pressure and compressive strain is solved. A finite deformation biphasic theory is used to model the behavior of the soft porous permeable solid matrix. This theory includes a Helmholtz free energy function which depends on the three principal invariants (I, II, III) of the right Cauchy-Green tensor and which satisfies the Baker-Ericksen inequalities on the principal stresses and strains… CONTINUE READING
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