Data Book on Mechanical Properties of Living Cells, Tissues, by Hiroyuki Abé Ph.D., Kozaburo Hayashi Ph.D. (auth.), Hiroyuki

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By Hiroyuki Abé Ph.D., Kozaburo Hayashi Ph.D. (auth.), Hiroyuki Abé Ph.D., Kozaburo Hayashi Ph.D., Masaaki Sato Ph.D. (eds.)

A learn undertaking entitled Biomechanics of constitution and serve as of residing Cells, Tissues, and Organs used to be introduced in Japan in 1992. this information ebook provides the unique, up to date details as a result of the examine undertaking, supplemented via many of the very important easy facts released formerly. the purpose of gathering the knowledge is to provide actual and worthwhile facts at the mechanical homes of residing fabrics to biomechanical scientists, biomedical engineers, clinical scientists, and clinicians. the knowledge are offered in graphs and tables (one form of information in line with web page) prepared in an simply available demeanour, in addition to info of the starting place of the cloth and the experimental technique. including its significant other volumes, Biomechanics: Functional edition and Remodeling and ComputationalBiomechanics, the information e-book on Mechanical houses of residing Cells, Tissues, and Organs is a well timed and invaluable contribution to the quickly growing to be box of biomechanics.

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Reference(s) Carew TE, Vaishnav RN, Patel DJ (1968) Compressibility of the arterial wall. 4 Values are mean± SO. as train at second equilibrium in reference to the first equilibrium. Comments • Static stiffness was calculated as the ratio of increase in equilibrium stress to strain. Reference(s) Lee RT, Richardson G, Loree HM, Grodzinsky AJ, Gharib SA, Schoen FJ, Pandian N (1992) Prediction of mechanical properties of human atherosclerotic tissue by highfrequency intravascular ultrasound imaging: An in vitro study.

Strain rate effect • _u_l-ti_m_a_te_str_e_s_s/_s_tr_ru_·n _· L. 28 (n = 17) All data are given as mean± SD. cr, ultimate stress; A. 1 ultimate strain. Comments • The most reasonable failure theory for aortic tissue is maximum tensile strain theory. Reference(s) MohanD, Melvin JW (1982) Failure properties of passive human aortic tissue. -Uniaxial tension test. 05 For each group, average values ± SE of various parameters are shown. The values represent averages over all frequencies for the number of arterial segments included in each group.

_ _ 0 50 100 150 Left ventricular weight (g) 0 100 150 Left ventricular weight (g) Comments • Overall left ventricular stiffness was higher in pressure-overloaded hypertrophied heart. • There is no significant difference in myocardial stiffness. • Pressure-volume relationship was expressed by V =a- b·exp(- cp). • Stress-strain relation was expressed by E = 0·[1 - exp(- ~cr)]. Reference(s) Abe H, Nakamura T, Motomiya M, Konno K, Arai S (1978) Stresses in left ventricular wall and biaxial stress-strain relation of the cardiac muscle fiber for the potassium-arrested heart.

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