A two phase mixture model based on bone observation. Kühn, R.; Hauger, W.; Staat, M.; and Sponagel, S. PAMM · Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 4(1):618-619, Wiley Online Library, 12, 2004.
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An optimization method is developed to describe the mechanical behaviour of the human cancellous bone. The method is based on a mixture theory. A careful observation of the behaviour of the bone material leads to the hypothesis that the bone density is controlled by the principal stress trajectories (Wolff's law). The basic idea of the developed method is the coupling of a scalar value via an eigenvalue problem to the principal stress trajectories. On the one hand this theory will permit a prediction of the reaction of the biological bone structure after the
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