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Mechanical Impedance of Cerebral Material

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The tentative variation of the mechanical impedance, of a cylindrical sample of cerebral material, has been achieved by Vibrometer Laser according to the frequency. The studied matter is supposed homogeneous, isotropic and stationary. A multilayered mechanical model has been associated to the studied sample to simulate its vibration. The theoretical expression of mechanical impedance has been determined while taking the mechanical/electric analogy as a basis. A good adjustment of theoretical model parameters permitted us to have a good agreement theory/experience of the mechanical impedance variation according to the sample vibration frequency.

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M. Chakroun and H. Ghozlen, "Mechanical Impedance of Cerebral Material," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2012, pp. 271-273. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.33037.

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