Paper Title:
Experimental Study of Stress-Generated Potentials on Large Cattle Femur under Simulated Physiological Loading State
  Abstract

Under simulated physiological loading state (walking and running), cattle femur’s SGP was tested by INSTRON (8847) tester. Strictly speaking, the specimen was a large bone structure. Experiment results imply that human femur will also have voltage signals under the state of walking and running, and the voltage amplitude will become larger with the load and frequency increases. In addition, running’s voltage amplitude is larger than that of walking.

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Honghua Tan
Pages
2549-2554
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.29-32.2549
Citation
X. G. Wu, W. Y. Chen, "Experimental Study of Stress-Generated Potentials on Large Cattle Femur under Simulated Physiological Loading State", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 29-32, pp. 2549-2554, 2010
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August 2010
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