Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials, Mechanical Behaviour of Biomaterials
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|Bindwijze:||Boek, Paperback (01-10-2018)|
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The area of understanding biological systems from an engineering perspective is relatively new and continues to transform qualitative understanding to quantitative understanding. Mechanical Behaviour of Biomaterials is focused at the interface between engineering and medicine, where new insights into engineering aspects will prove to be extremely useful on how they relate to biomedical sciences and their applications.
The main objective of this book is to focus on the mechanical behavior of biomaterials, covering key aspects such as mechanical properties, characterization, and performance. Particular emphasis is given to fatigue, creep and wear, fracture, and stress and strain relationships in biomaterials. Chapters look at both experimental and theoretical results.
This will be an essential reference for academics, biomechanical researchers, medical doctors, biologists, chemists, physicists, mechanical, biomedical and materials engineers, and industrial professionals working in related areas of biomedical engineering and medicine. It will also be a useful reference for postgraduates on biomedical, mechanical, biomaterials and engineering courses.
- Contributions from international experts
- Provides insights at the interfaces of disciplines such as engineering, medical and dental sciences
- Presents a comprehensive understanding on the mechanical properties of biomaterials
- Most of the classical aspects concerning mechanical characterization are covered, as well as attention to surface and bulk properties
|Titel:||Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials, Mechanical Behaviour of Biomaterials|
|Afmetingen:||229 x 152|
Discusses aspects related to the mechanical deformation, damage, wear and failure under applied forces in biomaterials