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Mechanics of biological tissue

Author: Gerhard A Holzapfel; R W Ogden
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2006.
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The mechanics of biological tissues is a multidisciplinary and rapidly expanding area of research. This book highlights some important research directions that combine mechanical sciences with exciting new developments in biology. It includes state-of-the-art articles on: Tissue growth and remodelling {u2013} general continuum theories of growth, remodelling and adaptation, with specific applications to arterial,  Read more...
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IUTAM Symposium on Mechanics of Biological Tissue (2004 : Graz, Austria).
Mechanics of biological tissue.
Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2006
(DLC) 2005934474
(OCoLC)65166383
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard A Holzapfel; R W Ogden
ISBN: 9783540311843 354031184X 3540251944 9783540251941
OCLC Number: 262691806
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 522 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Tissue Growth and Remodelling --
Towards a Theory of Vascular Growth and Remodeling --
Complementary Roles of Theoretical Modeling and Computer-controlled Experimentation in Vascular Growth and Remodeling --
On the Modeling of Growth and Adaptation --
Growth in Soft Biological Tissue and Residual Stress Development --
Characterization and Modeling of Growth and Remodeling in Tendon and Soft Tissue Constructs --
Modeling and Simulation of Remodeling in Soft Biological Tissues --
Anisotropic Remodelling of Biological Tissues --
A Mechanobiological Formulation of Bone Healing --
Continuum Models of Growth with Emphasis on Articular Cartilage --
Micromechanics, Cells and Matrix --
Tensile Properties and Local Stiffness of Cells --
Microfluid-dynamics in Three-dimensional Engineered Cell Systems --
Nonlinear Constitutive Models for Cochlear Outer Hair Cells --
Prediction of Changes in Cell-substrate Contact under Cyclic Substrate Deformation Using Cohesive Zone Modelling --
Micromechanics and Macromechanics of the Tensile Deformation of Nacre --
Arteries in Health and Disease --
Mechanical Properties of Atherosclerotic Tissues --
Towards a Computational Methodology for Optimizing Angioplasty Treatments with Stenting --
Computational Modeling of Stented Arteries: Considerations for Evolving Stent Designs --
Simulation of In-stent Restenosis for the Design of Cardiovascular Stents --
Material Property Alterations with Early Atheroma in an Animal Model --
Microscopic Analysis of Residual Stress and Strain in the Aortic Media Considering Anisotropy of Smooth Muscle Layer --
Parameter Identification in Arteries Using Constraints --
Collagen Organization and Biomechanics of the Arteries and Aneurysms of the Human Brain --
Image-based Simulation of Blood Flow and Arterial Wall Interaction for Cerebral Aneurysms --
Biological Tissues --
A Framework for Soft Tissue and Musculo-skeletal Modelling: Clinical Uses and Future Challenges --
Invariant Formulation for Dispersed Transverse Isotropy in Tissues of the Aortic Outflow Tract --
Mathematical Modelling of Cardiac Mechanoenergetics --
Creep and Relaxation in Ligament: Theory, Methods and Experiment --
Viscoelastic Constitutive Law Based on the Time Scale of the Mechanical Phenomena --
A Coupled FE Analysis of the Intervertebral Disc Based on a Multiphasic TPM Formulation --
Is the Free Energy of Hydrogel the Sum of Elastic Energy and Ionic Energy? --
In Vivo Experiments to Characterize the Mechanical Behavior of the Human Uterine Cervix --
Viscoelastic Response of Vocal Fold Tissues and Scaffolds at High Frequencies --
An Alternative Fabric-based Yield and Failure Criterion for Trabecular Bone --
Image-based Analysis --
Functional Micro-imaging at the Interface of Bone Mechanics and Biology --
Strain Measurement Using Deformable Image Registration --
Image-based Hierarchical Analysis and Design of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds.
Responsibility: G.A. Holzapfel, R.W. Ogden, eds.
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