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Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. October 2022, 144(10): 101001.
Paper No: BIO-20-1432
Published Online: April 25, 2022
... determinants of aortic mechanical properties which are associated with the development of an aneurysm. This study is designed to quantify the association of tissue ultimate strength and extensibility with the structural percentage of different components, in particular, GAG, and local fiber orientation...
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Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. January 2022, 144(1): 011010.
Paper No: BIO-20-1418
Published Online: September 21, 2021
... for separation of the nerve ends from 5 mm to 3 cm. Repairs must not only serve acutely to provide apposition of nerve ends but must enable the healing of the nerve. Using biological conduit can place suture at the ends of the conduit while fibrin glue alone eliminates suture but with limited strength...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. April 2008, 130(2): 021011.
Published Online: March 31, 2008
... of mixtures for fiber composites to evaluate the dependence of age-related changes in tendon tensile strength ( σ ) and stiffness ( E ) on the collagen fibril cross-sectional area fraction ( ρ ) , which is related to the fibril volume fraction. Tail tendons from C57BL6 mice from age groups 1.6 – 35.3 months...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. February 2008, 130(1): 011011.
Published Online: February 11, 2008
... cortical bone was tested longitudinally at strain rates ranging between 0.14 – 29.1 s − 1 in compression and 0.08–17 s − 1 in tension. Young’s modulus generally increased, across this strain rate range, for both tension and compression. Strength and strain (at maximum load) increased slightly...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J Biomech Eng. December 2001, 123(6): 590–598.
Published Online: May 16, 2001
...) the effect on impact severity of age-related declines (or exercise-induced enhancements) in lower extremity strength. Compared to the case of a fall with zero energy absorption in the lower extremity joints, best-case falls (which involved 81 percent activation of ankle and hip muscles, but only 23 percent...