Papers in Materials Science

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  1. This contribution is devoted to the formulation and numerical implementation of a ductile damage constitutive model enriched with a thermodynamically consistent nonlocal theory of integral type. In order to describe ductile deformation, the model…
  2. From the Preface: "This book was written for the active reader. The first part consists of problems, frequently preceded by definitions and motivation, and sometimes followed by corollaries and historical remarks... The second part, a very short…
  3. Chronic spinal pain (CSP) is a severely disabling disorder, including nontraumatic chronic low back and neck pain, failed back surgery, and chronic whiplash-associated disorders. Much of the current therapy is focused on input mechanisms (treating…
  4. In this work, a new finite element framework is developed and applied to the study and modeling of ductile fracture mechanisms at the microscale. More particularly, a body-fitted meshing and remeshing methodology is introduced and applications to…
  5. Semi-empirical correlations are drawn between properties of the gas phase accounting for selectivity in mild oxidation and oxidative dehydrogenation of hydrocarbons, and the mean basicity of oxygen of the selective catalysts. The optical basicity,…
  6. We report a new method to generate families of organic fluorophores with any desirable emission wavelengths based upon the controlled oxidation of the light-emitting conjugated polymer, poly[2-methoxy-5-(2'-ethylhexyloxy)-p-phenylenevinylene]…
  7. We have developed a novel method to induce spontaneous hyaline cartilage regeneration in vivo for a large osteochondral defect by implanting a plug made from a double-network hydrogel composed of poly(2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic acid) and…
  8. In this study, a prototype EEG recording and analysis module for biomedical research applications is designed. The design of the system consists of an analog and a digital part. The system has two signal channels, but it can be extended to six…
  9. This communication presents a way to produce copper nanowires with aspect ratios as high as 5700 in 30 min, and describes the growth processes responsible for their formation. These nanowires were used to make transparent conducting films with a…
  10. A simple yet versatile apparatus for optical microscopy investigations of solid-state devices under high gas pressures is presented. Interchangeable high-grade sapphire windows with different thicknesses allow variable choice of trade-off between…
  11. We study the gate voltage induced gap that occurs in graphene bilayers using \textit{ab initio} density functional theory. Our calculations confirm the qualitative picture suggested by phenomenological tight-binding and continuum models. We discuss…
  12. We present calculations of the absolute and relative binding free energies of complexation of streptavidin with biotin and its analogs by means of a thermodynamic free energy perturbation method implemented with molecular dynamics. Using the…
  13. In tissue engineering, degradable or non-degradable polymer matrices can act as cell-carrier-scaffolds. Cell adhesion and growth on these scaffolds can be promoted by immobilizing extracellular matrix proteins. Therefore, in this study, polymer…
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