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Fatigue fracture

Fatigue fracture

fracture that occurs in bone subject to repeated or unusual subliminal, endogenous stress, most often transverse in configuration.


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The Fiber Disease

... feature, and finally to the pyramidal failure made up of material fracture and delamination. The failure evolution for a 2 micron tall pad ... situations, such as dehydration, heat, cold, sleep deprivation, fatigue, caloric insufficiency, microbial factors, and psychological stress. ...

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