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Multiscale Biomechanics

Multiscale Biomechanics
  • Author : Jean-Francois Ganghoffer
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2018-02-03
  • Total pages : 582
  • ISBN : 9780081021156
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Multiscale Biomechanics provides new insights on multiscale static and dynamic behavior of both soft and hard biological tissues, including bone, the intervertebral disk, biological membranes and tendons. The physiological aspects of bones and biological membranes are introduced, along with micromechanical models used to compute mechanical response. A modern account of continuum mechanics of growth and remodeling, generalized continuum models to capture internal lengths scales, and dedicated homogenization methods are provided to help the reader with the necessary theoretical foundations. Topics discussed include multiscale methods for fibrous media based on discrete homogenization, generalized continua constitutive models for bone, and a presentation of recent theoretical and numerical advances. In addition, a refresher on continuum mechanics and more advanced background related to differential geometry, configurational mechanics, mechanics of growth, thermodynamics of open systems and homogenization methods is given in separate chapters. Numerical aspects are treated in detail, and simulations are presented to illustrate models. This book is intended for graduate students and researchers in biomechanics interested in the latest research developments, as well as those who wish to gain insight into the field of biomechanics. Provides a clear exposition of multiscale methods for fibrous media based on discrete homogenization and the consideration of generalized continua constitutive models for bone Presents recent theoretical and numerical advances for bone remodeling and growth Includes the necessary theoretical background that is exposed in a clear and self-contained manner Covers continuum mechanics and more advanced background related to differential geometry, configurational mechanics, mechanics of growth, thermodynamics of open systems and homogenization methods

Multiscale Biomechanics and Tribology of Inorganic and Organic Systems

Multiscale Biomechanics and Tribology of Inorganic and Organic Systems
  • Author : Georg-Peter Ostermeyer,Valentin L. Popov,Evgeny V. Shilko,Olga S. Vasiljeva
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2020-11-23
  • Total pages : 565
  • ISBN : 9783030601249
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This open access book gathers authoritative contributions concerning multiscale problems in biomechanics, geomechanics, materials science and tribology. It is written in memory of Sergey Grigorievich Psakhie to feature various aspects of his multifaceted research interests, ranging from theoretical physics, computer modeling of materials and material characterization at the atomic scale, to applications in space industry, medicine and geotectonics, and including organizational, psychological and philosophical aspects of scientific research and teaching as well. This book covers new advances relating to orthopedic implants, concerning the physiological, tribological and materials aspects of their behavior; medical and geological applications of permeable fluid-saturated materials; earthquake dynamics together with aspects relating to their managed and gentle release; lubrication, wear and material transfer in natural and artificial joints; material research in manufacturing processes; hard-soft matter interaction, including adhesive and capillary effects; using nanostructures for influencing living cells and for cancer treatment; manufacturing of surfaces with desired properties; self-organization of hierarchical structures during plastic deformation and thermal treatment; mechanics of composites and coatings; and many more. Covering established knowledge as well as new models and methods, this book provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the field, yet also with extensive details on each single topic.

Multiscale Biomechanical Modeling of the Brain

Multiscale Biomechanical Modeling of the Brain
  • Author : Mark F. Horstemeyer,Raj K. Prabhu
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2021-10-27
  • Total pages : 276
  • ISBN : 9780128181454
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Multiscale Biomechanical Modeling of the Brain discusses the constitutive modeling of the brain at various length scales (nanoscale, microscale, mesoscale, macroscale and structural scale). In each scale, the book describes the state-of-the- experimental and computational tools used to quantify critical deformational information at each length scale. Then, at the structural scale, several user-based constitutive material models are presented, along with real-world boundary value problems. Lastly, design and optimization concepts are presented for use in occupant-centric design frameworks. This book is useful for both academia and industry applications that cover basic science aspects or applied research in head and brain protection. The multiscale approach to this topic is unique, and not found in other books. It includes meticulously selected materials that aim to connect the mechanistic analysis of the brain tissue at size scales ranging from subcellular to organ levels. Presents concepts in a theoretical and thermodynamic framework for each length scale Teaches readers not only how to use an existing multiscale model for each brain but also how to develop a new multiscale model Takes an integrated experimental-computational approach and gives structured multiscale coverage of the problems

Biomechanics

Biomechanics
  • Author : Manuel Doblare,Jose Merodio
  • Publisher : EOLSS Publications
  • Release Date : 2015-12-30
  • Total pages : 498
  • ISBN : 9781780210230
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Biomechanics is a component of Encyclopedia of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. The enormous progress in the field of health sciences that has been achieved in the 19th and 20th centuries would have not been possible without the enabling interaction and support of sophisticated technologies that progressively gave rise to a new interdisciplinary field named alternatively as bioengineering or biomedical engineering. Although both terms are synonymous, the latter is less general since it limits the field of application to medicine and clinical practice, while the former covers semantically the whole field of interaction between life sciences and engineering, thus including also applications in biology, biochemistry or the many '-omics'. We use in this book the second, with more general meaning, recalling the very important relation between fundamental science and engineering. And this also recognizes the tremendous economic and social impacts of direct application of engineering in medicine that maintains the health industry as one with the fastest growth in the world economy. Biomechanics, in particular, aims to explain and predict the mechanics of the different components of living beings, from molecules to organisms as well as to design, manufacture and use of any artificial device that interacts with the mechanics of living beings. It helps, therefore, to understand how living systems move, to characterize the interaction between forces and deformation along all spatial scales, to analyze the interaction between structural behavior and microstructure, with the very important particularity of dealing with adaptive systems, able to adapt their internal structure, size and geometry to the particular mechanical environment in which they develop their activity, to understand and predict alterations in the mechanical function due to injuries, diseases or pathologies and, finally, to propose methods of artificial intervention for functional diagnosis or recovery. Biomechanics is today a very highly interdisciplinary subject that attracts the attention of engineers, mathematicians, physicists, chemists, material specialists, biologists, medical doctors, etc. They work in many different topics from a purely scientific objective to industrial applications and with an increasing arsenal of sophisticated modeling and experimental tools but always with the final objectives of better understanding the fundamentals of life and improve the quality of life of human beings. One purpose in this volume has been to present an overview of some of these many possible subjects in a self-contained way for a general audience. This volume is aimed at the following major target audiences: University and College Students, Educators, Professional Practitioners, and Research Personnel.

Multiphysics and Multiscale Modeling

Multiphysics and Multiscale Modeling
  • Author : Young W. Kwon
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2015-10-05
  • Total pages : 426
  • ISBN : 9781482244595
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Written to appeal to a wide field of engineers and scientists who work on multiscale and multiphysics analysis, Multiphysics and Multiscale Modeling: Techniques and Applications is dedicated to the many computational techniques and methods used to develop man-made systems as well as understand living systems that exist in nature. Presenting a body

Multiscale Mechanobiology in Tissue Engineering

Multiscale Mechanobiology in Tissue Engineering
  • Author : Damien Lacroix,Marzia Brunelli,Cécile Perrault,Adrien Baldit,Maryam Shariatzadeh,Ana Campos Marin,Andre Castro,Sara Barreto
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2018-07-31
  • Total pages : 203
  • ISBN : 9789811080753
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This book focuses on the mechanobiological principles in tissue engineering with a particular emphasis on the multiscale aspects of the translation of mechanical forces from bioreactors down to the cellular level. The book contributes to a better understanding of the design and use of bioreactors for tissue engineering and the use of mechanical loading to optimize in vitro cell culture conditions. It covers experimental and computational approaches and the combination of both to show the benefits that computational modelling can bring to experimentalists when studying in vitro cell culture within a scaffold. With topics from multidisciplinary fields of the life sciences, medicine, and engineering, this work provides a novel approach to the use of engineering tools for the optimization of biological processes and its application to regenerative medicine. The volume is a valuable resource for researchers and graduate students studying mechanobiology and tissue engineering. For undergraduate students it also provides deep insight into tissue engineering and its use in the design of bioreactors. The book is supplemented with extensive references for all chapters to help the reader to progress through the study of each topic.

Computational Biomechanics

Computational Biomechanics
  • Author : Masao Tanaka,Shigeo Wada,Masanori Nakamura
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-06-16
  • Total pages : 207
  • ISBN : 9784431540724
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Rapid developments have taken place in biological/biomedical measurement and imaging technologies as well as in computer analysis and information technologies. The increase in data obtained with such technologies invites the reader into a virtual world that represents realistic biological tissue or organ structures in digital form and allows for simulation and what is called “in silico medicine.” This volume is the third in a textbook series and covers both the basics of continuum mechanics of biosolids and biofluids and the theoretical core of computational methods for continuum mechanics analyses. Several biomechanics problems are provided for better understanding of computational modeling and analysis. Topics include the mechanics of solid and fluid bodies, fundamental characteristics of biosolids and biofluids, computational methods in biomechanics analysis/simulation, practical problems in orthopedic biomechanics, dental biomechanics, ophthalmic biomechanics, cardiovascular biomechanics, hemodynamics, cell mechanics, and model-, rule-, and image-based methods in computational biomechanics analysis and simulation. The book is an excellent resource for graduate school-level engineering students and young researchers in bioengineering and biomedicine.

Computational Modelling of Biomechanics and Biotribology in the Musculoskeletal System

Computational Modelling of Biomechanics and Biotribology in the Musculoskeletal System
  • Author : Zhongmin Jin,Junyan Li,Zhenxian Chen
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2020-09-29
  • Total pages : 632
  • ISBN : 9780128227626
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Computational Modelling of Biomechanics and Biotribology in the Musculoskeletal System: Biomaterials and Tissues, Second Edition reviews how a wide range of materials are modeled and applied. Chapters cover basic concepts for modeling of biomechanics and biotribology, the fundamentals of computational modeling of biomechanics in the musculoskeletal system, finite element modeling in the musculoskeletal system, computational modeling from a cells and tissues perspective, and computational modeling of the biomechanics and biotribology interactions, looking at complex joint structures. This book is a comprehensive resource for professionals in the biomedical market, materials scientists and biomechanical engineers, and academics in related fields. This important new edition provides an up-to-date overview of the most recent research and developments involving hydroxyapatite as a key material in medicine and its application, including new content on novel technologies, biomorphic hydroxyapatite and more. Provides detailed, introductory coverage of modeling of cells and tissues, modeling of biomaterials and interfaces, biomechanics and biotribology Discusses applications of modeling for joint replacements and applications of computational modeling in tissue engineering Offers a holistic perspective, from cells and small ligaments to complex joint interactions

Materials and Devices for Bone Disorders

Materials and Devices for Bone Disorders
  • Author : Susmita Bose,Amit Bandyopadhyay
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2016-11-03
  • Total pages : 560
  • ISBN : 9780128028032
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Materials for Bone Disorders is written by a cross-disciplinary team of research scientists, engineers, and clinicians and bridges the gap between materials science and bone disorders, providing integrated coverage of biomaterials and their applications. The bioceramics, biopolymers, composites, and metallic materials used in the treatment of bone disorders are introduced, as are their interactions with cells, biomolecules, and body tissues. The main types of bone disorder and disease are covered including osteoporosis, spinal injury, load bearing joint diseases, bone cancer, and forms of cranio-maxillofacial disorders. Bone disorders are common across all ages. Various forms of bone disorders can change the lifestyle of otherwise normal and healthy people. With the development of novel materials, many forms of bone disorders are becoming manageable, allowing people to lead a fairly normal life. Specific consideration is given to areas where recent advances are enabling new treatments, such as the use of resorbable ceramics in bone tissue engineering and drug delivery, newer polymer-based implants in load-bearing contexts, and engineering biomaterials surfaces including modifying surface chemistry. Ethical and regulatory issues are also explored. Explores biomaterials for bone repair and related applications in orthopedics and dentistry in a clinical context Introduces biomaterials applications in the context of specific diseases, bone disorders, and theraputic contexts Includes input from a world-class team of research scientists, engineers, and clinicians Covers the main types of bone disorder and disease including osteoporosis, spinal injury, load bearing joint diseases, bone cancer, and forms of cranio-maxillofacial disorders

Structure and Function of the Extracellular Matrix

Structure and Function of the Extracellular Matrix
  • Author : Bela Suki
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2021-12-06
  • Total pages : 282
  • ISBN : 9780128226056
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Structure and Function of the Extracellular Matrix: A Multiscale Quantitative Approach introduces biomechanics and biophysics with applications to understand the biological function of the extracellular matrix in health and disease. A general multiscale approach is followed by investigating behavior from the scale of single molecules, through fibrils and fibers, to tissues of various organ systems. Through mathematical models and structural information, quantitative description of the extracellular matrix function is derived with tissue specific details. The book introduces the properties and organization of extracellular matrix components and quantitative models of the matrix, and guides the reader through predicting functional properties. This book integrates evolutionary biology with multiscale structure to quantitatively understand the function of the extracellular matrix. This approach allows a fresh look into normal functioning as well as the pathological alterations of the extracellular matrix. Professor Suki’s book is written to be useful to undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers interested in the quantitative aspects of the extracellular matrix. Researchers working in mechanotransduction, respiratory and cardiovascular mechanics, and multiscale biomechanics of tendon, cartilage, skin, and bone may also be interested in this book. Examines the evolutionary origins and consequences of the extracellular matrix Delivers the first book to quantitatively treat the extracellular matrix as a multiscale system Presents problems and a set of computational laboratory projects in various chapters to aid teaching and learning Provides an introduction to the properties and organization of the extracellular matrix components

Advances in Heterogeneous Material Mechanics 2011

Advances in Heterogeneous Material Mechanics 2011
  • Author : Jinghong Fan
  • Publisher : DEStech Publications, Inc
  • Release Date : 2011
  • Total pages : 1205
  • ISBN : 9781605950549
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The third book in a series on heterogeneous materials, this volume offers integrated approaches to the measurement and modeling of materials using approaches from materials science, physics, mechanics, biology and other disciplines. The volume contains 289 chapters presenting original research on the connections among the nano- , micro-, and mesoscale mechanical properties and behaviors of many different types of engineered and natural heterogeneous materials. The book contains a wealth of never published multiscale data on materials loading behaviors, plasticity, creep, damage, fracture and failure. A separate section is devoted to the design and functionalization of materials using multiscale data and techniques

Biomedical Imaging and Computational Modeling in Biomechanics

Biomedical Imaging and Computational Modeling in Biomechanics
  • Author : Ugo Andreaus,Daniela Iacoviello
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-10-09
  • Total pages : 208
  • ISBN : 9789400742697
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This book collects the state-of-art and new trends in image analysis and biomechanics. It covers a wide field of scientific and cultural topics, ranging from remodeling of bone tissue under the mechanical stimulus up to optimizing the performance of sports equipment, through the patient-specific modeling in orthopedics, microtomography and its application in oral and implant research, computational modeling in the field of hip prostheses, image based model development and analysis of the human knee joint, kinematics of the hip joint, micro-scale analysis of compositional and mechanical properties of dentin, automated techniques for cervical cell image analysis, and biomedical imaging and computational modeling in cardiovascular disease. The book will be of interest to researchers, Ph.D students, and graduate students with multidisciplinary interests related to image analysis and understanding, medical imaging, biomechanics, simulation and modeling, experimental analysis

Human Orthopaedic Biomechanics

Human Orthopaedic Biomechanics
  • Author : Bernardo Innocenti,Fabio Galbusera
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2022-02-24
  • Total pages : 758
  • ISBN : 9780128244821
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Human Orthopaedic Biomechanics: Fundamentals, Devices and Applications covers a wide range of biomechanical topics and fields, ranging from theoretical issues, mechanobiology, design of implants, joint biomechanics, regulatory issues and practical applications. The book teaches the fundamentals of physiological loading and constraint conditions at various parts of the musculoskeletal system. It is an ideal resource for teaching and education in courses on orthopedic biomechanics, and for engineering students engaged in these courses. In addition, all bioengineers who have an interest in orthopedic biomechanics will find this title useful as a reference, particularly early career researchers and industry professionals. Finally, any orthopedic surgeons looking to deepen their knowledge of biomechanical aspects will benefit from the accessible writing style in this title. Covers theoretical aspects (mechanics, stress analysis, constitutive laws for the various musculoskeletal tissues and mechanobiology) Presents components of different regulatory aspects, failure analysis, post-marketing and clinical trials Includes state-of-the-art methods used in orthopedic biomechanics and in designing orthopedic implants (experimental methods, finite element and rigid-body models, gait and fluoroscopic analysis, radiological measurements)

Numerical Methods and Advanced Simulation in Biomechanics and Biological Processes

Numerical Methods and Advanced Simulation in Biomechanics and Biological Processes
  • Author : Miguel Cerrolaza,Sandra Shefelbine,Diego Garzón-Alvarado
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2017-10-17
  • Total pages : 454
  • ISBN : 9780128117194
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Numerical Methods and Advanced Simulation in Biomechanics and Biological Processes covers new and exciting modeling methods to help bioengineers tackle problems for which the Finite Element Method is not appropriate. The book covers a wide range of important subjects in the field of numerical methods applied to biomechanics, including bone biomechanics, tissue and cell mechanics, 3D printing, computer assisted surgery and fluid dynamics. Modeling strategies, technology and approaches are continuously evolving as the knowledge of biological processes increases. Both theory and applications are covered, making this an ideal book for researchers, students and R&D professionals. Provides non-conventional analysis methods for modeling Covers the Discrete Element Method (DEM), Particle Methods (PM), MessLess and MeshFree Methods (MLMF), Agent-Based Methods (ABM), Lattice-Boltzmann Methods (LBM) and Boundary Integral Methods (BIM) Includes contributions from several world renowned experts in their fields Compares pros and cons of each method to help you decide which method is most applicable to solving specific problems

Biomechanical Microsystems

Biomechanical Microsystems
  • Author : Vytautas Ostasevicius,Giedrius Janusas,Arvydas Palevicius,Rimvydas Gaidys,Vytautas Jurenas
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-03-27
  • Total pages : 282
  • ISBN : 9783319548494
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This book presents the most important aspects of analysis of dynamical processes taking place on the human body surface. It provides an overview of the major devices that act as a prevention measure to boost a person‘s motivation for physical activity. A short overview of the most popular MEMS sensors for biomedical applications is given. The development and validation of a multi-level computational model that combines mathematical models of an accelerometer and reduced human body surface tissue is presented. Subsequently, results of finite element analysis are used together with experimental data to evaluate rheological properties of not only human skin but skeletal joints as well. Methodology of development of MOEMS displacement-pressure sensor and adaptation for real-time biological information monitoring, namely “ex vivo” and “in vitro” blood pulse type analysis, is described. Fundamental and conciliatory investigations, achieved knowledge and scientific experience about biologically adaptive multifunctional nanocomposite materials, their properties and synthesis compatibility, periodical microstructures, which may be used in various optical components for modern, productive sensors‘ formation technologies and their application in medicine, pharmacy industries and environmental monitoring, are presented and analyzed. This book also is aimed at research and development of vibrational energy harvester, which would convert ambient kinetic energy into electrical energy by means of the impact-type piezoelectric transducer. The book proposes possible prototypes of devices for non-invasive real-time artery pulse measurements and micro energy harvesting.

Biomaterials and Engineering for Implantology

Biomaterials and Engineering for Implantology
  • Author : Yoshiki Oshida,Takashi Miyazaki
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release Date : 2022-02-07
  • Total pages : 571
  • ISBN : 9783110740134
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Biomaterials are composed of metallic materials, ceramics, polymers, composites and hybrid materials. Biomaterials used in human beings require safety regulations, toxicity, allergic reaction, etc. When used as implantable materials their biological compatibility, biomechanical compatibility, and morphological compatibility must be acessed. This book explores the design and requirements of biomaterials for the use in implantology.

Computational Biomechanics for Medicine

Computational Biomechanics for Medicine
  • Author : Poul M.F. Nielsen,Adam Wittek,Karol Miller
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2012-05-02
  • Total pages : 140
  • ISBN : 9781461431725
  • File Size : 33,8 Mb
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One of the greatest challenges for mechanical engineers is to extend the success of computational mechanics to fields outside traditional engineering, in particular to biology, biomedical sciences, and medicine. This book is an opportunity for computational biomechanics specialists to present and exchange opinions on the opportunities of applying their techniques to computer-integrated medicine. Computational Biomechanics for Medicine: Deformation and Flow collects the papers from the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention conference (MICCAI 2011) dedicated to research in the field of medical image computing and computer assisted medical interventions. The topics covered include: medical image analysis, image-guided surgery, surgical simulation, surgical intervention planning, disease prognosis and diagnostics, injury mechanism analysis, implant and prostheses design, and medical robotics.

Handbook of Imaging in Biological Mechanics

Handbook of Imaging in Biological Mechanics
  • Author : Corey P. Neu,Guy M. Genin
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2014-10-24
  • Total pages : 579
  • ISBN : 9781466588141
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Emerging imaging techniques have opened new fronts to investigate tissues, cells, and proteins. Transformative technologies such as microCT scans, super-resolution microscopy, fluorescence-based tools, and other methods now allow us to study the mechanics of cancer, dissect the origins of cellular force regulation, and examine biological specimens

Discrete and Continuum Models for Complex Metamaterials

Discrete and Continuum Models for Complex Metamaterials
  • Author : Francesco dell'Isola,David J. Steigmann
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2020-03-12
  • Total pages : 409
  • ISBN : 9781107087736
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Explores the relationship between discrete and continuum mechanics as a tool to model new and complex metamaterials. Including a comprehensive bibliography and historical review of the field, and a pedagogical mathematical treatment, it is ideal for graduate students and researchers in mechanical and civil engineering, and materials science.

Multiscale Biomechanics and Tribology of Inorganic and Organic Systems

Multiscale Biomechanics and Tribology of Inorganic and Organic Systems
  • Author : Georg-Peter Ostermeyer,Valentin L. Popov,Evgeny V. Shilko,Olga S. Vasiljeva
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2021
  • Total pages : 0
  • ISBN : 3030601250
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This open access book gathers authoritative contributions concerning multiscale problems in biomechanics, geomechanics, materials science and tribology. It is written in memory of Sergey Grigorievich Psakhie to feature various aspects of his multifaceted research interests, ranging from theoretical physics, computer modeling of materials and material characterization at the atomic scale, to applications in space industry, medicine and geotectonics, and including organizational, psychological and philosophical aspects of scientific research and teaching as well. This book covers new advances relating to orthopedic implants, concerning the physiological, tribological and materials aspects of their behavior; medical and geological applications of permeable fluid-saturated materials; earthquake dynamics together with aspects relating to their managed and gentle release; lubrication, wear and material transfer in natural and artificial joints; material research in manufacturing processes; hard-soft matter interaction, including adhesive and capillary effects; using nanostructures for influencing living cells and for cancer treatment; manufacturing of surfaces with desired properties; self-organization of hierarchical structures during plastic deformation and thermal treatment; mechanics of composites and coatings; and many more. Covering established knowledge as well as new models and methods, this book provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the field, yet also with extensive details on each single topic.

Computer Modeling in Bioengineering

Computer Modeling in Bioengineering
  • Author : Miloš Kojić,Nenad Filipović,Boban Stojanović,Nikola Kojić
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2008-09-15
  • Total pages : 466
  • ISBN : 9780470751756
  • File Size : 32,7 Mb
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Bioengineering is a broad-based engineering discipline that appliesengineering principles and design to challenges in human health andmedicine, dealing with bio-molecular and molecular processes,product design, sustainability and analysis of biological systems.Applications that benefit from bioengineering include medicaldevices, diagnostic equipment and biocompatible materials, amongstothers. Computer Modeling in Bioengineering offers acomprehensive reference for a large number of bioengineeringtopics, presenting important computer modeling problems andsolutions for research and medical practice. Starting with basictheory and fundamentals, the book progresses to more advancedmethods and applications, allowing the reader to become familiarwith different topics to the desired extent. It includes unique andoriginal topics alongside classical computational modeling methods,and each application is structured to explain the physiologicalbackground, phenomena that are to be modeled, the computationalmethods used in the model, and solutions of typical cases. Theaccompanying software contains over 80 examples, enabling thereader to study a topic using the theory and examples, then run thesoftware to solve the same, or similar examples, varying the modelparameters within a given range in order to investigate the problemat greater depth. Tutorials also guide the user in furtherexploring the modeled problem; these features promote easierlearning and will help lecturers with presentations. Computer Modeling in Bioengineering includescomputational methods for modelling bones, tissues, muscles,cardiovascular components, cartilage, cells and cancernanotechnology as well as many other applications. It bridges thegap between engineering, biology and medicine, and will appeal notonly to bioengineering students, lecturers and researchers, butalso medical students and clinical researchers.