Contact Problems for Soft, Biological and Bioinspired Materials

Contact Problems for Soft, Biological and Bioinspired Materials

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in Vorbereitung

This book contains contributions from leading researchers in biomechanics, nanomechanics, tribology, contact mechanics, materials science and applications on various experimental techniques including atomic force microscopy (AFM) for studying soft, biomimetic and biological materials and objects. Biologists, physicists, researchers applying methods of contact mechanics and researchers testing materials using indentation techniques along with many other applied scientists will find this book a useful addition to their libraries. Moreover, several reviews in this book are written as introductions to several important and rather sophisticated research areas such as depth-sensing indentation, studying of biological cells by AFM probes, mechanics of adhesive contact and contact between viscoelastic (hereditary elastic) solids. The book containing new theoretical models, results of experimental studies and numerical simulations, along with reviews of above mentioned areas of contact mechanics in application to biological systems, would be beneficial for researchers in many areas of biology, medicine, engineering, mechanics and biomimetics.  




Chapter1.  Adhesion of living cells: Mechanisms of adhesion and contact models (F.M. Borodich,  B.A. Galanov,  <b>L.M. Keer,</b> and M.M. Suarez-Alvarez)
Chapter2. Contact problem in indentation measurements of soft, biological and bioinspired materials. Indentation of soft materials, biological  cells (I. Sokolov )
Chapter 3. Mechanical properties of the cell surface layer measured by contact atomic force microscopy (M. N. Starodubtseva )
Chapter4. Capillary adhesion effect in contact interaction of soft materials (I.G. Goryacheva, Yu.Yu. Makhovskaya).-  Chapter 5. Influence of a soft elastic layer on adhesion of rough surfaces (Q. Li, I.A. Lyashenko, R. Pohrt, V.L. Popov )
Chapter6. Asymptotic modeling scheme for analysis of bio-inspired fibrillar adhesive interfaces - A short review (I. Argatov )
Chapter 7. Spreading of red caviar cells: The knife-cell and the cell-cell adhesive interactions (F.M. Borodich and S.N. Gorb )
Chapter 8. Mechanical characterisation of polymeric materials using nanoindentation (H. Gonabadi, A. Yadav and S. Bull ) 
Chapter 9. Indentation tests of biological materials: Theoretical aspects (X. Jin, P. Li and F.M. Borodich )
Chapter 10. Contact of sliders with viscoelastic solids (E. Torskaya, F. Stepanov )
Chapter 11. Characterisation of an AFM tip bluntness using indentation of soft materials (S. Baqain, F.M. Borodich, and E. Brousseau )
Chapter 12.The JKR formalism in applications to problems of adhesive contact (F.M. Borodich ).
ISBN 978-3-030-85174-3
Artikelnummer 9783030851743
Medientyp Buch
Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Copyrightjahr 2022
Verlag Springer, Berlin
Umfang XIV, 287 Seiten
Abbildungen XIV, 287 p. 1 illus.
Sprache Englisch