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Applications of Computational Tools in Biosciences and Medical Engineering

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Applications of Computational Tools in Biosciences and Medical Engineering
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Applications of Computational Tools in Biosciences and Medical Engineering
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This monograph presents the latest developments and applications of computational tools related to the biosciences and medical engineering. Computational tools such as the finite element methods, computer-aided design and optimization as well as visualization techniques such as computed axial tomography open completely new research fields with a closer joining of the engineering and bio/medical area. Nevertheless, there are still hurdles since both directions are based on quite different ways of education. Often even the "language" is sometimes different from discipline to discipline. This monograph reports the results of different multi-disciplinary research projects, for example, from the areas of scaffolds and synthetic bones, implants and medical devices and medical materials. It is also shown that the application of computational methods often necessitates mathematical and experimental methods
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Advanced Structured Materials Ser.
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v.71
Applications of Computational Tools in Biosciences and Medical Engineering
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Applications of Computational Tools in Biosciences and Medical Engineering
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- A Computational Based Design and Optimization Study of Scaffold Architectures -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methods -- 2.1 Architecture Models -- 2.2 CFD Calculations -- 2.3 Porosity and Permeability Factor -- 3 Results -- 3.1 Scheme Verification -- 3.2 The Ring Cubic (RC) Model -- 3.3 The Simple Cubic Model with Poles (SCP) -- 3.4 Comparison of the Four Scaffold Designs -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Design and Development of an Experimental Claw-Grip, Forefinger Simulator. Part I: Kinematics -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Antecedents of the Anthropometric and Kinematics of the Hand -- 2 Materials and Methods -- 2.1 Solution of the Movement Equations -- 2.2 Parameter Simplification for the Human Hand -- 3 Printing the Implant by Stereolithography -- 4 Development of the Control -- 5 Results -- 6 Discussions and Conclusions -- References -- Mathematical and Computational Aspects in Partial Ventriculectomy -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Materials and Methods -- 3 Results and Discussion -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- An Optimization of the Manufacturing Process of Corporeal Screws Made of Synthetic Bone -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Statement of the Problem -- 3 Materials and Methods -- 3.1 Methodology -- 3.2 Design of a Corporeal Screw -- 3.3 Manufacture of the Corporeal Screws -- 3.4 Sterilization Methods -- 3.5 Mechanical Tests -- 3.6 Numerical Evaluation of the Structural Integrity of the Screws -- 4 Results -- 4.1 Evaluation of the Mechanical Properties -- 4.2 Compression Tests of the Screws -- 4.2.1 Screws Before Sterilization -- 4.2.2 Screws After the Sterilization -- 4.3 Tighten Tests -- 4.4 Numerical Evaluation -- 4.4.1 Screw Before Sterilization -- 4.4.2 Sterilized Screws -- 5 Conclusion -- References
  • Numerical and Biomechanical Testings in Cadaveric Auditory Ossicles Using Computer Axial Tomography -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Materials and Methods -- 3 Numerical Analysis -- 3.1 Boundary Conditions -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Design and Manufacturing of Prosthesis of a Jaw for a Young Patient with Articular Ankylosis -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Statement of the Problem -- 2.1 Human Anatomical Affected Regions -- 2.1.1 The Masticatoty Apparatus -- 2.1.2 The Lower Jaw -- 2.1.3 Temporomaxillar Joints -- 2.2 Human Rate Growing of the Mandible -- 2.3 State of the Art -- 2.4 The Candidate of the Case of Study -- 3 Materials and Methods -- 3.1 Procedure -- 3.2 First Proposal of Solution -- 3.3 Processing of the Tomographic Information -- 3.4 CAD Design on CATIA -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Biomechanical Design of a Vertebral Distractor for Fractured Bodies Useful in Kyphoplasty -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Generalities -- 1.2 Technologies Used in the Treatment of Vertebral Fractures -- 1.3 Harrington Technique -- 1.3.1 Instrumentation Using the Bars of Harrington -- 1.4 Surgical Technologies of Minimal Invasion Applied in the Treatment of the Vertebral Fractures -- 1.4.1 Vertebroplasty -- 1.4.2 Installation of the Conduit or Cannula Guides in the Vertebral Body -- 1.5 The Kiphoplasty -- 2 Statement of the Problem -- 3 Materials and Methods -- 3.1 Application of the Deployment of Functions of the Quality (QFD) to the Raised Problem -- 3.1.1 Identification of the Client -- 3.1.2 Summary of the Requirements and Expectations of the Client -- 3.2 Classification of Obligatory and Desirable Requirements -- 3.3 Translation of the Requirements for the Customer into Measurable Terms -- 3.4 Clarification of the Purpose of the Proposed Solution to the Problem -- 3.4.1 Global Service Function -- 3.4.2 System Limits
  • 3.4.3 Service Functions -- 3.5 Generation Concepts -- 3.5.1 Summary of Proposals According to A-F Functions -- 3.6 Pugh Matrix -- 3.7 Definitive Concept -- 4 Experimental Testings to Know the Mechanical Strength of the Vertebra and the Dimensions of the Mechanism -- 4.1 Morphometry of the Porcine Lumbar Vertebrae -- 4.2 Kiphoplasty in Porcine Vertebrae -- 4.3 Elements of the Geometric Model -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Mechanical Properties of Anodically Oxidized cpTi and Ti-6Al-7Nb Alloy -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Materials and Methods -- 3 Results -- 4 Discussion -- References -- Design, Manufacture and Testing of Three-Dimensional Scaffolds -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Bio-scaffold Background -- 2.1 The Need for Bio-scaffolds -- 2.2 Modern Manufacturing Technologies -- 2.2.1 Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) -- 2.2.2 Three-Dimensional Printing (3DP) -- 2.2.3 Stereolithography (STL or SLA) -- 2.2.4 Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) -- 2.2.5 Jetted Photopolymer (PolyJet) -- 2.3 Structure Geometry -- 2.4 Project Main Steps -- 3 Design -- 3.1 Design Concept and Sketches -- 3.2 Design Development -- 3.2.1 CADs of Unit Cell Structures -- 3.2.2 Unit Cell Properties -- 3.2.3 Unit Cell Patterned to Build up a Structure for Testing -- 3.3 Design Confirmation -- 3.4 Design Adjustments and Final CAD Sketches -- 3.5 Material Testing Coupon Design -- 3.6 CAD File Conversion to STL Format -- 4 Manufacturing -- 4.1 Rapid Prototyping Technology -- 4.2 Material Properties -- 4.3 Manufacturing Procedure -- 4.3.1 Machine Preparation -- 4.3.2 3D Building of the Parts -- 4.3.3 Removal of Support Material -- 4.4 Figures of the Manufactured Parts -- 5 Testing -- 5.1 Material Testing -- 5.2 Structure Testing -- 6 Results -- 6.1 Material Analysis -- 6.1.1 Material Density -- 6.1.2 StressStrain Graph -- 6.2 Structural Analysis -- 7 Analysis
  • 7.1 Analysis Method -- 7.2 Material and Structure Analysis -- 7.3 Analysis Summary -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Using 3D Stereoscope for Detailed Breakout and Drilling Fractures Visualization -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Breakouts, Natural and Induced Fractures -- 3 Stereoscopy Techniques -- 3.1 Anaglyph Technique -- 3.2 Passive Polarized Glasses and Active Shutter Glasses -- 4 Methodology -- 5 Analyses and Information -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Masticatory Loading and Oral Environment Simulation in Testing Lithium Disilicate Restorations: A Structured Review -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methods -- 2.1 Search Strategy -- 2.2 Eligibility Criteria -- 2.3 Screening and Selection -- 2.4 Data Extraction and Analysis -- 3 Results -- 4 Discussion -- 4.1 Loading Parameters -- 4.1.1 Magnitude of Force -- 4.1.2 Number of Cycles -- 4.1.3 Loading Frequency -- 4.1.4 Vertical and Lateral Jaw Movement -- 4.1.5 Fatigue Machine -- 4.2 Surrounding Environment Simulation Parameters -- 4.2.1 Wet Fatigue at Constant Temperature or Thermocycling -- 4.2.2 Artificial Periodontium -- 4.2.3 Antagonist -- 4.2.4 Abutment Material -- 4.3 Single Load to Fracture and Fracture Mode -- 5 Conclusion -- References
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