Engineering Transactions, 49, 2-3, pp. 135–153, 2001

Torsional Rigidities of Cancellous Bone Filled with Marrow: The Application of Multipoint Pads Approximants

S. Tokarzewski
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences
Poland

J.J. Telega
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences
Poland

A. Gałka
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences
Poland

An idealized model of prism-like trabecular bone was developed to study its static and dynamic responses under torsional moments. Effects of bone marrow and bone apparent density were investigated. By constructing multipoint Pade approximants [1, 2] to the torsional complex modulus, hydraulic stiffening of the prism-like bone due to the presence of bone marrow was predicted. The torsional compliance, creep function and relaxation function were also evaluated.
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