By Ashkan Javadzadegan, Andy S. C. Yong (auth.), Andreas Ochsner, Holm Altenbach (eds.)
This monograph offers the most recent effects relating to bio-mechanical platforms and fabrics. The bio-mechanical structures with which his booklet is worried are prostheses, implants, clinical operation robots and muscular re-training platforms. To signify and layout such platforms, a multi-disciplinary method is needed which consists of the classical disciplines of mechanical/materials engineering and biology and drugs. The problem in such an method is that perspectives, thoughts or maybe language are often diverse from self-discipline to self-discipline and the interplay and communique of the scientists needs to be first constructed and altered. in the context of fabrics' technological know-how, the e-book covers the interplay of fabrics with mechanical platforms, their description as a mechanical process or their mechanical properties.
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2 Computation of Stress Intensity Factor Figures 6 and 7 present the variation of KI and KII according to a crack emanating from a micro-cavity in the cement mantle of a different part of THA (proximal, medial and distal). Based on the numerical analysis it can be found that an orientation of the crack from 0° to 90° and -90° to -180° gives positive values of KI. The opening mode reaches the maximum value when the crack is tilted to 45° and -135° for the three zones that indicates the dangerous orientations angles.
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The specimen’s weight was measured before and after the immersion by a balance with an accuracy of 10−5 g. The immersed specimens were cleaned using 200 g/l chromic acid to remove the surface corrosion product, rinsed with double distilled water, dried in air and finally weighted to calculate the weight loss. (4). t (4) where CR is the corrosion rate, W is the weight loss, A is the surface area exposed to the corrosive media and t is the exposure time. Magnesium ion concentrations of SBF solution, before and after soaking the specimens, were measured using inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES; OPTIMA 7300 DV).