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OBJECTIVES Case study on axial testing of bovine cortical bone on MTS Mechanical properties of bone and their use
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In-class Exercise Independently address the assigned question (10 minutes). Form group of four, present and discuss each question to identify: Hypothesis for experimental investigation Nature of test required to test the hypothesis Design of test specimen Outline of experiment and data analyses
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Biomechanical Testing of Cortical Bone Hypotheses 1.Bone is stronger in compression than in tension or in shear. 2. Bone is stronger in tension than in shear. Thus, In the order of strength: Compression>Tension>shear In the order of weakness: Shear<Tension<Compression
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Biomechanical Testing of Cortical Bone Nature of test Monotonic tests to determine yield and ultimate strength under tension, compression and torsion.
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Biomechanical Testing of Cortical Bone Design of test specimen Testing of whole bone both material and structural properties Calculation of stress and strain difficult if not
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