Wave propagation in stereo-lithographical (STL) bone replicas at oblique incidence
Aygün, Haydar; Attenborough, Keith; Lauriks, Walter; Rubini, Philip A.; Langton, Christian M.
Professor Philip Rubini P.A.Rubini@hull.ac.uk
Professor, Director of Studies and Deputy Head of Chemical Engineering
Christian M. Langton
Comparisons between predictions of a Biot-Allard model allowing for angle-dependent elasticity and angle-and-porosity dependent tortuosity and transmission data obtained at normal incidence on water-saturated replica bones are extended to oblique incidence. The model includes two parameters which are adjusted for best fit at normal incidence. Using the same parameter values, it is found that predictions of the variation of transmitted waveforms with angle through two types of bone replica are in reasonable agreement with data despite the fact that scattering is not included in the theory. Crown Copyright (C) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|APA6 Citation||Aygün, H., Attenborough, K., Lauriks, W., Rubini, P. A., & Langton, C. M. (2011). Wave propagation in stereo-lithographical (STL) bone replicas at oblique incidence. Applied acoustics. Acoustique appliqué. Angewandte Akustik, 72(7), (458-463). doi:10.1016/j.apacoust.2011.01.010. ISSN 0003-682X|
|Keywords||Ultrasound;Wave propagation;Bone;Blot theory; Oblique; Incidence; Displacement-pressure;Formulation;Biot-attenborough;Model;Bovine; Cancellous bone;Porous-media;Ultrasonic;Propagation;Frequency;Range; Elastic;Waves;Tortuosity|
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