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“…The current average total daily axial displacement (1.51 mm) compared qualitatively well with previous experimental data published by Adams et al [3] (1.53 mm after 6 h under a 1,000 N compressive load), and FE predictions by Ferguson et al [11] (1.6 mm after 16 h under a 800 N load with a boundary pressure of 0.2 MPa) and Argoubi and Shirazi-Adl [7] (0.7 mm after 2 h under a 400 N load with a boundary pressure of 0.1 MPa). Wilke et al [47] measured an intradiscal pressure of 0.24 MPa at the end of the night in vivo, clearly in agreement with the current results.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…The current average total daily axial displacement (1.51 mm) compared qualitatively well with previous experimental data published by Adams et al [3] (1.53 mm after 6 h under a 1,000 N compressive load), and FE predictions by Ferguson et al [11] (1.6 mm after 16 h under a 800 N load with a boundary pressure of 0.2 MPa) and Argoubi and Shirazi-Adl [7] (0.7 mm after 2 h under a 400 N load with a boundary pressure of 0.1 MPa). Wilke et al [47] measured an intradiscal pressure of 0.24 MPa at the end of the night in vivo, clearly in agreement with the current results.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…Permeability values were the same used in a previous study [13] (Table 1) and were in turn derived from the paper by Ferguson et al [11]. The strain-dependent permeability formulation developed by Argoubi and Shirazi-Adl [7] was employed. Partial saturation was allowed in the disc in order to avoid negative pressures during unloading [35], which were assumed as unrealistic.…”
Section: Models Of the Non-degenerated Spine Segmentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Unlike previous models [28,48,49] our model took the intradiscal pressure in the unloaded state was to be non-zero, and it's predictions showed that it maintained a finite value even after hours of loading. This finding is in agreement with the pressures measured in vivo by Nachemson and Morris [11] and Wilke et al [5].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…The model is run in ABAQUS using the poroelastic formulation which allows for variable permeability throughout the loading. The material permeability function is given as (Argoubi and Shirazi-Adl 1996;Ateshian et al 1997)…”
Section: Materials Characterization and Parametersmentioning
confidence: 99%