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Multiscale explanation of elasticity and strenght of bone and bone replacement materials made of hydroxyapatite, glass-ceramics, or titanium : a continuum micromechanics approach

Andreas Fritsch
Abstract : Bone is a hierarchically organized material, characterized by an astonishing variability and diversity. Bone replacement or biomaterials are critical components in artificial organs, and they are also used as sca
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Andreas Fritsch. Multiscale explanation of elasticity and strenght of bone and bone replacement materials made of hydroxyapatite, glass-ceramics, or titanium : a continuum micromechanics approach. Engineering Sciences [physics]. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, 2009. English. ⟨pastel-00005635⟩

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