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Study of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Human Cortical Bone
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S. Biswas, P. C. Pramanik, P. Dasgupta, A. Chanda
bone porosity, fractography, hardness anisotropy, load-deformation curve, Osteon deformation.
The microstructure along with the micro-mechanical properties of bone have been extensively observed in this study. It has also been attempted to correlate the mechanical properties with the microstructural aspects. The load deformation pattern of human cortical bone (both male and female) under uniaxial compressive and tensile loading was studied. The physical properties like density and porosity of the whole femur as well as different parts of it was studied to get a mapping of the femur. Microstructure of bone, including the osteon structure, its distribution and its deformation under different stress fields have been thoroughly studied with the help of Scanning electron microscopy and reported here.
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