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Compliance (volume displacement per unit length per unit of pressure difference) of cochlear partition: CB , the post mortem measurement of the guinea pig by B~k~sy (1960); CB/4 , may be closer to in vivo values, especially at basal end; CpL ' point load tests on human cochlea (B~k~sy (1960)) rescaled for the guinea pig; CC' compliance curve for Figs. 3-5. 2. SOLUTION PROCEDURE The necessary equations for this type of model are contained in Steele and Taber (1979). The solution begins with calculating thickness resisting BM characteristics.
Meth. Eng. R. (1981). Network concepts and energy flow in the human middle-ear. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. K. (1982). Finite elemen~ vibration analysis of damped structures. AIAA J. R. Steele, J. Zais Stanford Univers'ity, Stanford CA. 94305 ABSTRACT A WKB solution for a simplified analytical model of a guinea pig cochZea was used to imJes&igate the effect of basilar membrane (13M) mass and orthotropy on response. The eonclusi07i is Y'eaffiI'I7led that a physiological vaZue of 13M mass has little effect.
4. MODELS OF OTHER STRUCTURES We have in the ossicles, past constructed and Phelan, 1981). presented on a finite-element model of the middle-ear the basis of serial histological sections (Funnell More recently a student, V. Goel, has constructed models of the cat posterior incudal ligament and annular ligament. simple 24 Figure 5 shows incudal the model with estimate of effective angular an produced SAP 2300 the Preliminary ligament. simulations of dyn cm for the of the stiffness incudal ligament, to be compared to my previous estimate, more based on a much simplified geometry (Funnell and Laszlo, 1978) of 8500 dyn cm.