By Joon Park
Bioceramics: houses, Characterizations, and purposes is a basic creation to the makes use of of ceramics and glasses within the human physique for the needs of assisting, therapeutic, correcting deformities, and restoring misplaced functionality. With over 35 years adventure, the writer built the textual content as an outgrowth of a direction for senior and starting graduate scholars in biomedical engineering and may emphasize the basics and purposes in smooth implant fabrication, and also will care for tissue engineering scaffolds made up of ceramics.
Organized as a textbook for the scholar wanting to procure the center talents, it's going to meet the calls for of complicated undergraduate or graduate coursework in bioceramics, biomaterials, biomedical engineering, and biophysics.
instance difficulties to supply the scholar with hands-on event with concepts
large appendices and instructional fabrics on new advancements together with increased remedy of ceramic fabrics and implants
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
designated references for additional reading
About the Author:
Joon Park is a Professor within the Biomedical Engineering division on the collage of Engineering on the college of Iowa.
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L: line. N: number of intersections. P: point. 25 26 CH. 2: STRUCTURE OF CERAMICS AND GLASSES PV: volume fraction of porosity. r: radius of spherical particle. S: surface area. t: thickness of plate. V: volume. Greek Letters N: thermal conductivity. Q: volume fraction V: strength. Ut: true density. Ut: bulk density. Definitions Apparent porosity: Ratio of the open pore space of a body to its bulk volume, expressed as p (ws w f ) V , where ws is the weight of the water-saturated specimen in (g), wf is the weight of the original specimen (g), and v is the volume of the specimen (cm3).
When two solid materials contact, they touch only at the tips of their highest asperities. Therefore, the real contact area is much smaller than the apparent surface area. It has been found that the true area of contact increases with applied load (P) for ductile materials but not for elastic materials like rubber and diamond. 10. The plastic junctions are the main source of adhesive friction when two materials are sliding over each other with or without lubricating film. Resistance to the shear failure of a plastic junction results in a frictional force.
Ut: bulk density. Definitions Apparent porosity: Ratio of the open pore space of a body to its bulk volume, expressed as p (ws w f ) V , where ws is the weight of the water-saturated specimen in (g), wf is the weight of the original specimen (g), and v is the volume of the specimen (cm3). Bulk density: Ratio of the weight of an abject or material to its total volume, including the pore space. Closed pores: Pores or small bubbles entrapped in a ceramic body that are not connected to the exterior of the body, calculated as pc wd wd , U a Ut in which pc is the volume of sealed or closed pores, wd is the dry weight of the specimen, Ua is the apparent density, and Ut is the true density of the specimen.
Bioceramics: Properties, Characterizations, and Applications by Joon Park