Biomaterials' Mechanical Properties, Issue 1173

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ASTM International, 1994 - Biocompatible Materials - 308 pages
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Contains 23 papers presented at the May 1992 symposium in Pittsburgh, PA. Covers issues in biomaterials science such as polyurethanes, metal components, novel plastics, coatings, bioresorbable materials, and testing methods. Discusses future directions in the field, such as the design and fabricatio
 

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Contents

Overview
1
Fatigue Properties of Segmented Polyether Polyurethanes for Cardiovascular
9
High Strain Rate Testing and Structural Analysis of Pericardial Bioprosthetic
19
A New Method for InVitro Wear Assessment of Materials Used in Mechanical
43
The Effect of Tissue Adhesion Due to Encapsulation on Anastomosis Strength
65
Predicting the Life and Design Stresses of Medical Plastics Under Creep
76
Mechanical Properties of Hard Tissue Adhesive Filmsp c moon
87
Taguchi Experiment on Strength Correlation Between a Customer and Supplier
96
Mechanical Evaluation of Soft Tissue and Ligament Implant Fixation Devices
180
Characterization of Interfacial
192
The Use of SmallScale Flexure Test Specimens to Evaluate the Mechanical
212
A Numerical TimeFrequency Transform Technique for the Determination of
225
Fracture Behavior of PolyurethaneCalcium Chloride BlendsR p wong
245
Micromechanical Testing of Interfacial Bonding in Absorbable Composites
256
Chemical Components and Mechanical Properties of Urinary Calculim uchida
267
Tests to Evaluate the Mechanical Properties of the Ureterh watanabe
275

Characterization and Quantification of Fretting Particulates Generated in Ceramic
111
Mechanical Properties of Immature Callus in Long Bonesy miyasaka
142
Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of Metallic Biomaterialsy higo
148
Mechanical Testing for Fretting Corrosion of Modular Total Hip Tapers
156
CelltoMaterials InteractionAn Approach to Elucidate Biocompatibiliry
167
Mechanical Properties and Modeling of the StressStrain Behavior of the Urinary
283
Changing Strategies for Biomaterials and Biotechnologyh e kambic
293
Author Index 303
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