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Research Article

Development of a Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model of Thoracolumbar Kyphotic Deformity following Vertebral Column Decancellation

Table 2

Material properties of the finite element model [18].

Cortical boneCancellous boneEndplateEndplate cartilageNucleus pulposusAnnulus fibrosisCartilage

Element typeShellHexahedronShellShellHexahedronHexahedronShell

Material modelPower-law plasticityPower-law plasticityPower-law plasticityIsotropic elasticViscoelasticIsotropic elasticIsotropic elastic

Material propertiesg/cm3
MPa

 MPa
 g/cm3
 MPa

 MPa
 g/cm3
 MPa

 MPa
 g/cm3
 MPa
 GPa
Gs = 2 MPa
Gl = 1.4 MPa
 g/cm3
 MPa
 g/cm3
 MPa

indicates the density. indicates the Young modulus. indicates the Poisson ratio. indicates the strength coefficient. indicates the strain hardening exponent. indicates the volume model. Gs indicates the short-time shear modulus. Gl indicates the long-time (infinite) shear modulus.

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