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Tissue Engineering Using Ceramics and Polymers, 2nd Edition by P.X. Ma, Aldo R Boccaccini

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From images to mathematical models: intravoxel micromechanics for ceramics and polymers

K. Luczynski, A. Dejaco and C. Hellmich,    Vienna University of Technology, Austria

V. Komlev,    Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

W. Swieszkowski,    Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Abstract:

We review here a recently developed method rooted in X-ray physics and continuum micromechanics, which allows for translation of data from computed tomography at micrometre resolution (known as microCT data) into finite element models. The method comprises two steps: first, the attenuation information contained in each voxel of a microCT image is converted into the voxel-specific material composition. Secondly, material composition information enters a ...

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