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“…1) producing strains in the same elastic range. For the 3-point bending, we calculated bone strength (defined as load at yield point) from load-displacement diagrams, as load at 90% of maximum load (Cody et al 1996). We used the yield point to ensure that models’ load and displacement fell within the elastic range.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1) producing strains in the same elastic range. For the 3-point bending, we calculated bone strength (defined as load at yield point) from load-displacement diagrams, as load at 90% of maximum load (Cody et al 1996). We used the yield point to ensure that models’ load and displacement fell within the elastic range.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For its complete morphological characterization, it is, therefore, desirable to use position-resolved and nondestructive methods at different scales from the macroscopic to the nanometer range. In particular, even though the mechanical properties of bone are determined to a large extent by bone mass they also depend on geometry and material quality [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]. For spongious bone, it has been known for a long time that the architecture of the trabeculae is optimized for the typical mechanical load [10].…”
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“…direction of loading in the case of mechanical properties [30]. Bone densitometry can only provide BMD The evaluation of bone strength is not confined to the femoral neck, Ward's triangle ( Fig.…”
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