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Experimental and analysis methods for biomaterials and biomechanics

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Experimental and analysis methods for biomaterials and biomechanics

Guest Editors
Fengxun Li

Ulsan Ship and Ocean College

Dr. Li received his M.S. degree and Ph.D degree from Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea in 2007 and 2012.…

Jun Ding

Chongqing University of Technology

Dr. Ding received his M.S. degree from Chongqing University, China in 2004, and Ph.D degree from Chonnam National…

Yunde Shen

Wenzhou University

Dr. Shen received his M.S. degree and Ph.D degree from Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea in 2003 and 2007.…

Zhenzhe Li

College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Dr. Li received his M.S. degree from Konkuk University, Republic of Korea in 2005, and Ph.D degree from Chonnam National…

Collection Overview

Interdisciplinary problems are increasingly important to researchers from all fields. Due to their multidisciplinary characteristics, such studies should be performed in cooperation with other researchers with complementary areas of expertise. Research on biomaterials and biomechanics is currently one of the most important interdisciplinary research fields. As we know, this field is connected to materials science, mechanics, bioengineering, mathematics, etc. Therefore, it is not straightforward to characterize biomedical systems. Furthermore, because of their flexible characteristics, testing and visualization of biomaterials’ properties and the performance of biomedical systems present substantial difficulties. Thus, we want to contribute to the improvement of the field through this Method Collection. The scope includes: (a) Testing methods for biomaterial properties; (b) Application of biomechanical analysis to the design and manufacture of biomedical systems; (c) Experimental and analysis methods for biomedical treatments involving biomaterials. We believe that many experimental and analysis methods in this specific research field have potential applications in other research fields as well. Therefore, we hope that research on biomaterials and biomechanics can be accelerated, and communication between researchers from different fields can be improved and facilitated through this Method Collection.

 

Articles

Abstracts

Preparation of a phytochemical-loaded conductive nanoparticles using electrochemical polymerization: Killing two birds with the same stone

Rania Hathout*1, Muhammed Ossama2, Dalia Attia2, Eman El-Marakby1, Nahed Mortada1
1Department of Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy - Faculty of Pharmacy - Ain Shams University, 2The British University in Egypt

Mechanical properties and microscopic deformation mechanism of biomedical nanomaterial nickel:A molecular dynamic study

Yu Tian*1, Jun Ding1, Lu-sheng Wang1, Hao-ran Zheng1, Xia Huang1, Kun Song*1, Shi-qing Lu1
1College of Mechanical Engineering, Chongqing University of Technology

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