Effect of Slice Step Size on Prediction of Natural Vibration Properties of Bone Tissue
AbstractSeveral vibration analysis procedures are used for determination of the level of bone loss, status of implant stability, modal damping factor and numerous other properties of tissues. The detection methods of bone properties are to compare the results of theoretical work with practical results. So, there are many options for processing of image data and establishing the finite element (FE) model that differentiation of calculated outputs is inevitable. Uncertainty of outputs can lead to mistakes while mechanical parameters or behaviors of tissue are determined. In this study, the effect of Micro-CT scanning intensity in connection with the reconstruction process on properties of the modal behavior of bone tissue were investigated. Results have shown that examined parameters have important effects on numerical values of the natural frequencies and modal behaviors. Furthermore, it has been revealed that numerical values and mode shapes must be considered together for properly understanding the natural vibration analysis of bone tissue.
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ALTINTAS, G. Effect of Slice Step Size on Prediction of Natural Vibration Properties of Bone Tissue. Math. Comput. Appl. 2012, 17, 235-243.
ALTINTAS G. Effect of Slice Step Size on Prediction of Natural Vibration Properties of Bone Tissue. Mathematical and Computational Applications. 2012; 17(3):235-243.Chicago/Turabian Style
ALTINTAS, Gokhan. 2012. "Effect of Slice Step Size on Prediction of Natural Vibration Properties of Bone Tissue." Math. Comput. Appl. 17, no. 3: 235-243.