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Sabrina Vantadori Andrea Carpinteri Giovanni Fortese Camilla Ronchei Daniela Scorza Filippo Berto

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The analysis of the bone fracture behaviour is fundamental for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of traumas. In the present paper, an experimental analysis of the fracture behaviour of a bovine femoral cortical bone is carried out, where specimens are extracted from a diaphysis. Fracture toughness is computed by employing a two-parameter fracture model originally proposed for concrete. In order to take into account the possibility of crack deflection (kinked crack) due to osteons orientation, a modified version of such a model is here discussed. The fracture toughness results are then compared with those reported in the literature, related to a femur of an 18-month-old bovine.

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    Vantadori, S., Carpinteri, A., Fortese, G., Ronchei, C., Scorza, D. and Berto, F. (2016) “Two-parameter fracture model for cortical bone”, Frattura ed Integrità Strutturale, 10(37), pp. 215–220. doi: 10.3221/IGF-ESIS.37.28.

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