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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. November 2020, 142(11): 111001.
Paper No: BIO-20-1093
Published Online: September 4, 2020
... lubrication cartilage arthritis Osteoarthritis (OA) is characterized by a loss of synovial fluid (SF) lubrication that results in higher strains on the tissue and promotes articular cartilage degradation [ 1 , 2 ], chondrocyte death [ 3 ], mitochondrial dysfunction [ 4 ], and apoptosis [ 5 , 6...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. July 2020, 142(7): 071001.
Paper No: BIO-18-1250
Published Online: February 24, 2020
... joint and 2.1 mm for the patellofemoral joint. Model predictions of joint contact mechanics were most sensitive to changes in the material properties and geometry of the meniscus and cartilage, particularly estimates of peak contact pressure. The validated finite element modeling framework offers...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. August 2013, 135(8): 081011.
Paper No: BIO-12-1600
Published Online: June 12, 2013
..., with the change for each test determined from experimentally measured variations in tibiofemoral alignment. The patellar tendon and the cartilage on the femur and patella were represented with springs. After loading the quadriceps, the total potential energy was minimized to determine the force within...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J Biomech Eng. January 2013, 135(1): 011009.
Paper No: BIO-12-1326
Published Online: December 27, 2012
... of hydraulic permeability are performed accurately, and suggestions emerge for alternative measurement protocols. Insights obtained may be applied to interpretation of flow-induced deformation and related phenomena in many contexts. fluid flow deformation soft tissue cartilage gel mechanics...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. November 2011, 133(11): 111001.
Published Online: November 17, 2011
.... The accuracy of the implementation is verified using 2D axisymmetric problems, including indentation with a flat-ended indenter, indentation with spherical-ended indenter, and contact of glenohumeral cartilage layers. The biphasic finite element contact formulation and its implementation are shown to be robust...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. September 2011, 133(9): 094504.
Published Online: October 11, 2011
...-electrochemical properties nondestructively. Bovine knee articular cartilage and lumbar annulus fibrosus were used in this study to demonstrate that this technique could be used on different types of tissue. The results show that our newly developed method is capable of precisely predicting the water volume...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. September 2011, 133(9): 094502.
Published Online: October 4, 2011
...Amanda Lim; Dmitry E. Protsenko; Brian J. F. Wong Transforming decades’ old methodology, electromechanical reshaping (EMR) may someday replace traditionally destructive surgical techniques with a less invasive means of cartilage reshaping for reconstructive and esthetic facial surgery...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. November 2010, 132(11): 114506.
Published Online: October 27, 2010
... statements can be violated at small strains. Under such conditions, a tissue with fibers aligned parallel to the direction of load initially provides the greatest resistance to compression. The results are further put into the context of a Benninghoff architecture for articular cartilage. The predictions...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. July 2010, 132(7): 071002.
Published Online: May 14, 2010
... fluid bind to the cartilage surfaces through electrostatic charges, with the phospholipid layer on an articular surface supplying the necessary attractive charges. The stationary hyaluronic acid network causes a large hydrodynamic resistance to outward flow from the gap. To determine the effectiveness...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J Biomech Eng. April 2010, 132(4): 041007.
Published Online: March 18, 2010
...Matthew F. Koff; Le Roy Chong; Patrick Virtue; Dan Chen; Xioanan Wang; Timothy Wright; Hollis G. Potter Different methods have been used to cross-validate cartilage thickness measurements from magnetic resonance images (MRIs); however, a majority of these methods rely on interpolated data points...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J Biomech Eng. April 2009, 131(4): 044504.
Published Online: February 3, 2009
...J. M. Huyghe; W. Wilson; K. Malakpoor The triphasic theory on soft charged hydrated tissues ( Lai, W. M., Hou, J. S., and Mow, V. C., 1991, “A Triphasic Theory for the Swelling and Deformation Behaviors of Articular Cartilage,” ASME J. Biomech. Eng., 113, pp. 245–258 ) attributes the swelling...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J Biomech Eng. October 2007, 129(5): 767–775.
Published Online: February 16, 2007
...Narendra K. Simha; Hui Jin; Mellanie L. Hall; Sidharth Chiravarambath; Jack L. Lewis, Ph.D. Our preliminary indentation experiments showed that the equilibrium elastic modulus of murine tibial cartilage increased with decreasing indenter size: flat-ended 60 deg conical tips with end diameters of 15...