By Christopher R. Jacobs, Daniel J. Kelly (auth.), Paulo R. Fernandes, Paulo Jorge Bártolo (eds.)
This booklet provides a suite of chapters describing the state-of-the-art on computational modelling and fabrication in tissue engineering.
Tissue Engineering is a multidisciplinary box concerning scientists from assorted fields. the advance of mathematical tools is kind of proper to appreciate phone biology and human tissues besides to version, layout and fabricate optimized and clever scaffolds.
The bankruptcy authors are the prestigious keynote audio system on the first Eccomas thematic convention on Tissue Engineering the place the emphasis was once on mathematical and computational modeling for scaffold layout and fabrication. this actual quarter of tissue engineering, whose target is to acquire substitutes for tough tissues similar to bone and cartilage, is turning out to be in significance.
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Average Neo-Hookean fit results for solid an porous scaffold POC demonstrate decreased stiffness and nonlinearity with increasing porosity from Solid POC (red) to 62% porous cylindrical pore design scaffold (cyan). It is interesting that introducing porosity into a material whose base (solid) properties are nonlinear elastic decreases not only the stiffness, as one sees with a linear elastic material, but also dramatically decreases the degree of nonlinearity. This is likely due to the loss of material in the pores that decreases the amount of stiffening with deformation.
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