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since the discovery of microcracks in bone, it has been suggested that microcracks have beneficial effect on the properties of bone by facilitating mineralization, decreasing stiffness, increasing porosity and improving toughness
lethaby et al. showed that the crack growth rate (g) for the stress- or strain-dominated fracture of trabecular bone of the human femur is attributed to the fundamental features (size, spacing and orientation) of the trabecular structure, which can be expressed by the crack growth theory, using the experimental methods
in the present study, the evolution of microcracks and crack growth characteristics during fatigued cycling was studied for the first time in bovine tibia using the technique of micro-computed tomography, and mechanical testing.
the present study was designed to determine whether microdamage accumulation is quantitatively reflected in nonlinear ultrasonic properties, notably the nonlinear elasticity parameter f. in fact, a relevant question that remains open is whether nonlinear elastic properties such as f are actually influenced by the accumulated microdamage or whether the nonlinearity arises from the grain size level of the mineral content of bone. to answer this question, we used a method to avoid the influence of microcracks by measuring nonlinear ultrasonic properties on the undamaged region only. under these conditions, a correlation between nonlinear ultrasonic properties and microdamage characteristics was evidenced, however only for some samples, implying that the nonlinear elasticity was more sensitive to damage than the microcrack density. from a statistical point of view, such a spearman correlation coefficient (rho=0.66, p 5ec8ef588b