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Quality of bone tissue deteriorates with age and disease. Mechanical techniques that evaluate properties of cadaver bone help in understanding mechanisms behind aging and disease and by extension, in the quality assurance of engineered bone tissue like bone grafts. Use of inverse engineering...
In this paper fatigue behavior of composite materials made from waste plastics such as polyethylene and polypropylene is summarized. Fatigue strengths of polyethylene and polypropylene matrix composite materials with various kinds of fillers such as fly ash, calcium carbonate, glass fiber, glass...
Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) has been widely used as a bearing surface of joint implants. Since wear of UHMWPE component has been the primal cause of implant failure, crosslinking of UHMWPE is now widely used to improve its wear property. On the other hand, crosslinking...
There are several Fitness-For-Service (FFS) standards with evaluation rules in terms of plastic collapse for pressure equipment possessing a local metal loss simultaneously subjected to internal pressure and bending moment. The authors have already reported the results of a comparative study of...
Type 316FR stainless steel has been developed as a candidate material for fast breeder reactors. To ensure the structural integrity at high temperature of the reactor components including the reactor vessel, long-term data and an analysis method are investigated for 316FR steel to evaluate...
The aim of the study was to evaluate the bond strength properties of four chair-side silicone lining materials (GC Reline Soft, Ufigel SC, Elite Soft Relining and Tokuyama Sofreliner S) and to compare their properties with those of a heat-cured silicone lining material Molloplast B. Tensile and...
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