By Christopher R. Jacobs, Daniel J. Kelly (auth.), Paulo R. Fernandes, Paulo Jorge Bártolo (eds.)
This publication offers a set of chapters describing the cutting-edge on computational modelling and fabrication in tissue engineering.
Tissue Engineering is a multidisciplinary box regarding scientists from diverse fields. the improvement of mathematical equipment is sort of proper to appreciate mobilephone biology and human tissues besides to version, layout and fabricate optimized and shrewdpermanent scaffolds.
The bankruptcy authors are the celebrated keynote audio system on the first Eccomas thematic convention on Tissue Engineering the place the emphasis used to be on mathematical and computational modeling for scaffold layout and fabrication. this actual quarter of tissue engineering, whose objective is to acquire substitutes for challenging tissues reminiscent of bone and cartilage, is starting to be in value.
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3). Fig. 3. 1 to 5. Strain stiffening occurs in compression while strain softening occurs in tension. Decreasing α results in more linear behavior. As the parameter α increases past 5, there is increasing strain stiffening in compression while the tensile behavior switches from strain softening to strain stiffening (Fig. 4). As the parameter μ increases it also increases the nonlinearity in both tension and compression (Fig. 5). However, if α is maintained constant as μ changes, there is no transition from strain softening to strain stiffening in tension.
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7. Example of bioresorbable elastomers with designed pore structure. From left to right: C32 cylindrical pores with 32% porosity, C44 cylindrical pores with 44% porosity, S50 spherical pores with 50% porosity, and C62 cylindrical pores with 62% porosity. We fit a Neo-Hookean nonlinear elastic model (The Ogden model of eq. 4 with one term and the α exponent fixed at 2) to both solid POC as well as the designed POC and PGS scaffolds in compression. 95, Table 2). Table 2. Fit of Neo-Hookean model to compressive solid and scaffold POC tests.