Papers by Keyword: Compressive Modulus

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Authors: Seung Eon Kim, Yong Taek Hyun, Dong June Chung, S.J. Heo, Jung Woog Shin, J.H. Lee
Abstract: Poly ε-caprolactone(PCL)/hydroxyapatite(HA) composite scaffolds were fabricated by particulate leaching and freeze drying routes with different HA content. Porosity was decreased with HA addition, while mean pore size was maintained at around porogen size regardless of HA content. Compressive modulus was increased with increasing HA content. In this study, the optimum content of HA was around 40% in weight against PCL to obtain the highest compressive modulus with keeping porosity above 85%. HA apparently enhanced proliferation of osteoblast-like MG63 cells in PCL/HA composite scaffolds. Typical adhesion, migration and aggregation procedure of MG63 cells were found on PCL, while spreading morphology only was found on HA even at the early stage of adhesion without migration or aggregation.
Authors: Lei Shao, He Ming Zhao, Yi Biao Yu, Tao Liu
Abstract: Organic materials (cable particularly) aging has an adverse effect on the safety of productionsituations, and it is unscientific to replace organic materials blindly. A live evaluation system of organicmaterials aging was developed in present paper. This system consists of control and detection circuit(composed by ARM chip S3C6410 and force sensor, etc.) and servo drive motor. Compressivemodulus of organic materials was tested by the system with the help of mechanical system, so as toevaluate the cable aging.
Authors: Xu Dan Dang, Meng Wei, Xin Li Wang, Jun Xiao
Abstract: By contrasting the two finite models, a practical finite element computational model of X-cor sandwich’s compressive modulus was proposed. Through numerical analysis the X-cor sandwich’s stress field and compressive modulus were achieved and the effects of changing Z-pin’s radius, density, angle and volume fraction to the X-cor sandwich’s compressive modulus were analyzed. The numerical analysis results indicate that as the Z-pin’s angle increases the X-cor sandwich’s compressive modulus decreases, as the Z-pin’s radius, density and volume fraction increase the X-cor sandwich’s compressive modulus increases. Through the computation of finite model the influencing trends of X-cor sandwich’s parameters are achieved and the rationality of the proposed finite model is verified.
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