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Bone mechanics

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Published by CTC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bones -- Mechanical properties,
  • Human mechanics,
  • Biomechanics,
  • Bone and Bones -- physiology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementeditor, Stephen C. Cowin.
    ContributionsCowin, Stephen C. 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP303 .B66 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination313 p. :
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2404750M
    ISBN 100849345626
    LC Control Number87035428

    FRACTURE MECHANICS AND MECHANISTIC APPROACH Fig. 1 The hierarchical microstructure of human cortical bone, showing the osteons with the Haversian canals that are the most recognizable feature. The structure of collagen with the regular 67 nm spacing (40 nm hole zone and 27 nm overlap zone) is also shown. To determine the mechanical properties of a structure—or, more typically, a major part of a structure, such as a beam in a bridge or the shaft of a femur—engineers conduct a load-deformation test. The structure is loaded in a manner appropriate for its actual function—tension, compression, torsion, or bending—and its deformation is recorded as a function of the applied load.

    Bone Biomechanics. The load-bearing function of the skeleton depends on bone geometry and tissue material properties. The effect of geometry is well-understood from the principles of solid mechanics. Structural analyses generally assume that the tissue material properties are homogenous and time-invariant. However, healthy bone tissue is a.   The remarkably hierarchical nature of bone’s structure makes it an almost uniquely difficult material to understand properly, and much remains to be done to marry explanations at the macro-, micro- and nanolevels to obtain a full understanding of bone mechanics. This is the major gap in our understanding at the by:

    Crucially, Currey shows how bone structure and bone's mechanical properties are intimately bound up with each other and how the mechanical properties of the material interact with the structure of whole bones to produce an adapted structure. For bone tissue, the book discusses stiffness, strength, viscoelasticity, fatigue, and fracture mechanics. An interesting property of human bones is the manner in which they efficiently build up bone density where the bones are under higher loading, and remove bone density where strength is not needed. This property can be seen in the increased bone strength of the dominant arm of tennis players as compared to the non-racquet-holding arm (Ashizawa.


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"The original version of Bone Mechanics was one of the most valuable resources for scientists and engineers working in skeletal mechanics. Since the publication of the previous book inthe field of skeletal mechanics has expanded enormously.

In the new edition, Stephen Cowin has captured this expansion and included many new and exciting 4/5(1). The book has grown dramaticallyI found this work to be a very valuable addition to the research literature in bone mechanics. The editor and contributors are to be heartily congratulated.

I would strongly recommend its addition to both personal and institutional libraries. I am particularly enthusiastic that the distinction Bone mechanics book mechanics 4/5(1).

The book has grown dramatically I found this work to be a very valuable addition to the research literature in bone mechanics. The editor and contributors are to be heartily congratulated. I would strongly recommend its addition to both personal and institutional libraries.

BONE MECHANICS specimen, including the volume associated with the vascular channels and higher-level porosity. Volume fraction, tissue density, and apparent densities are related as follows: Typically, mean values of apparent density of hydrated cortical bone are about g/cm3, and this m.

.) BONE MECHANICSFile Size: KB. Bone Mechanics Handbook - CRC Press Book. This second edition of the Bone Mechanics Handbook summarizes the current understanding of bone mechanics with comprehensive coverage of the histology, physiology, and the cell and molecular biology of the bone. It is updated with the most recent advances on mechanical properties of the bone, most n.

However, bone has the biological ability to change and adapt to its environment, not only to more efficiently bear the loads imparted on it but also to repair damage induced by loading and disease. Bone mechanics book would be an impractical and impossible task to fit all of the information needed to understand bone mechanics into one short chapter in a textbook.

The four levels of hierarchy considered in this review are the nanoscale (the mineralised collagen fibre and the extrafibrillar mineral), the microscale (the structure as visible under the microscope), the mesoscale (particularly the relationship between cancellous and cortical bone) and the whole bone scale.

The explosion of papers at the nanoscale precludes any settling on one best by: This informative volume summarizes what is known about bone mechanics. It describes the methods used to acquire that knowledge and suggests the nature of future research on this topic.

This easy-to-read book keeps mathematical notation simple and minimal and presents data in summary form. Bone Mechanics is concerned with the mechanical behavior and functional stress adaptation of whole bones.

For bone tissue, the book discusses stiffness, strength, viscoelasticity, fatigue, and fracture mechanics properties. For whole bones, subjects dealt with include buckling, the optimum hollowness of long bones, impact fracture, and properties of cancellous : This is a comprehensive and accessible overview of what is known about the structure and mechanics of bone, bones, and teeth.

In it, John Currey incorporates critical new concepts and findings. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bone mechanics. Boca Raton, Fla.: CTC Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. This second edition of the Bone Mechanics Handbook summarizes the current understanding of bone mechanics with comprehensive coverage of the histology, physiology, and the cell and molecular biology of the bone.

It is updated with the most recent advances on mechanical properties of the bone, most notably of cancellous bone, and the streaming potenCited by:   The book is well balanced and covers almost all currently important aspects of bone mechanics. Existing controversies and indications for future research are discussed in many of the papers.

This reviewer strongly recommends Bone Mechanics Handbook, 2nd Edition to biomechanicians, not only to those interested in bone by: Osteoporosis is a multifactorial disease, and bone removal differs widely from patient to patient with considerable consequences for the respective bone mechanics.

The general features of osteoporotic abnormalities include alterations in cancellous bone such as fenestration of bone plates, and thinning and reduction of bone by: This chapter defines and explains some of the basic terms and concepts used in bone mechanics with particular emphasis on the concepts most relevant to the study of age related fractures.

It states that one primary reason for studying the mechanics of bone is to improve the. Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Riad Barmada, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine) Description: This book on bone mechanics includes up-to-date information on bone morphology, physiology, and mechanical properties, as well as recently used research techniques that yielded a wealth of new information on this topic.

The previous edition was published in Price: $ Whole bone mechanics and mechanical testing Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in The Veterinary Journal (1) August with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

For bone tissue, the book discusses stiffness, strength, viscoelasticity, fatigue, and fracture mechanics properties. For whole bones, subjects dealt with include buckling, the optimum hollowness of long bones, impact fracture, and properties of cancellous bone.

Get this from a library. Bone mechanics handbook. [Stephen C Cowin;] -- This text summarizes the understanding of bone mechanics with comprehensive coverage of the histology, physiology, and the cell and molecular biology of the bone.

It covers mechanical techniques. This Second Edition of the Bone Mechanics Handbook summarizes the current understanding of bone mechanics with comprehensive coverage of the histology, physiology, and cell and molecular biology of the bone.

It is updated with the most recent advances on mechanical properties of bone, most notably of cancellous bone, and the streaming. This book also: Maximizes reader insights into the mechanical properties of bone, fatigue and fracture resistance of bone and mechanical adaptability of the skeleton.

Illustrates synovial joint mechanics and mechanical properties of ligaments and tendons in an easy-to-understand way. Provides exercises at the end of each chapter.

TY - CHAP. T1 - Experimental techniques for bone mechanics. AU - Turner, Charles H. AU - Burr, David B. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - This chapter reviews the methods commonly used for biomechanical evaluation of bone or bone replacement materials and substantially expands upon the authors’ previous review of biomechanical test methods.

1 It is assumed that the reader has a basic Cited by: The focus of this book is on mechanical aspects of skeletal fragility related to aging and osteoporosis. Topics include: Age-related changes in trabecular structure and strength; age-related changes in cortical material properties; age-related changes in whole-bone structure; predicting bone strength and fracture risk using image-based methods and finite element analysis; animal models of.