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“…Articular cartilage is a multiphasic material: stresses are distributed in a time-dependent manner on its components, namely the proteoglycancollagen matrix and the interstitial fluid (23). Because loads are shared between these two components, the relevant stresses within the cartilage cannot be measured but must be calculated (5).Recent analytical solutions for the contact of two biphasic cartilage layers in idealized joints have suggested that hydrostatic pressurization of the fluid shields the proteoglycan-collagen matrix from as much as 90% of the load for the first 100-200 seconds of loading (5,6,35,36). The results depend on a number of other factors.…”
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“…Articular cartilage is a multiphasic material: stresses are distributed in a time-dependent manner on its components, namely the proteoglycancollagen matrix and the interstitial fluid (23). Because loads are shared between these two components, the relevant stresses within the cartilage cannot be measured but must be calculated (5).Recent analytical solutions for the contact of two biphasic cartilage layers in idealized joints have suggested that hydrostatic pressurization of the fluid shields the proteoglycan-collagen matrix from as much as 90% of the load for the first 100-200 seconds of loading (5,6,35,36). The results depend on a number of other factors.…”
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“…Ateshian et al (1994) obtained an asymptotic solution for the contact problem of two identical biphasic cartilage layers attached to two rigid impermeable spherical bones of equal radii. Wu et al (1996) extended this solution to a more general model by combining the assumption of the kinetic relationship from classical contact mechanics (Johnson, 1985) with the joint contact model for the contact of two biphasic cartilage (Ateshian et al, 1994). An improved solution for the contact of two biphasic cartilage layers which can be used for dynamic loading was obtained by Wu et al (1997a).…”
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“…Then, Eq. (2.9) can be rewritten in an equivalent form, using all dimensionless parameters: 14) where the following notation has been introduced:…”
Section: Formulation Of the Contact Problemmentioning
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“…In order to check the content of formula (2.9) we consider here a special case, namely, we suppose that the lower part cartilage layer is plane and rigid (the same assumption was employed in [14]), it means that µ s,2 = ∞ and R…”
Section: Special Case Of the Contact Configurationmentioning
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