Because of developments in powerful computer technology, computational techniques, advances in a wide spectrum of diverse technologies, and other advances coupled with cross disciplinary pursuits between technology and its greatly significant applied implications in human body processes, the field of biomechanics is evolving as a broadly significant area. The four volumes of Biomechanical Systems: Techniques and Applications presents the advances in widely diverse areas with significant implications for human betterment that occur continuously at a high rate. These include dynamics of musculo-skeletal systems; mechanics of hard and soft tissues; mechanics of muscle; mechanics of bone remodeling; mechanics of implant-tissue interfaces; cardiovascular and respiratory biomechanics; mechanics of blood flow, air flow, flow-prosthesis interfaces; mechanics of impact; dynamics of man machine interaction; and numerous other areas.
The great breadth and depth of the field of biomechanics on the international scene requires at least four volumes for adequate treatment. These four volumes constitute a well integrated set that can be utilized as individual volumes. They provide a substantively significant and rather comprehensive, in-depth treatment of biomechanic systems and techniques that is most surely unique on the international scene.
Hemodynamics Simulations and Optimal Computer-Aided Designs of Branching Blood, Clement Kleinstreuer, Ming Lei, and Joseph P. Archie, Jr.
Fluid Dynamical Wall Shear Phenomena and Their Application in the Blood Flow, Masahide Nakamura
Wall Shear Stress and Fluid Mechanical Application for Vascular Disease, Ryuhei Yamaguchi
Measuring Blood Flow in the Microvascular Circulation, Lisa X. Xu and Gary T. Anderson
Finite Element Models for Arterial Wall Mechanics and Transport, B.R. Simon and M.V. Kaufmann
A Three-Dimensional Vascular Model and its Application to the Determination of the Spatial Variations in the Arterial, Venous, and Tissue Temperature Distribution, J. Werner and H. Brinck
Arterial Fluid Dynamics: The Relationship to Atherosclerosis and Application in Diagnostics, James E. Moore Hr., Antonio Delfino, Pierre-Andre Doriot, Pierre-Andre Dorsaz, and W. Rutishauser
Computation Fluid Dynamics Modeling Techniques Using Finite Element Methods to Predict Arterial Blood Flow, R.K. Banerjee, L.H. Back, and Y.I. Cho
Numerical Simulation Techniques and Their Application to the Human Vascular System, Ding-Yu Fei, Stanley E. Rittgers, Don Fei, and Sunil Acharya
Mathematical Modeling for Noninvasive Blood Pressure Estimation, Mauro Ursino and Cristina Cristalli
Modeling and Simulation of blood Flows at the Aortic Bifurcation with Flexible Walls, Wen-Jei Yang and Parul P.T. Yang
Airway Dimensions in the Human Determined by Noninvasive Acoutic Imaging, B. Louis, P. Drinker, G.M. Glass, D. Isabey, and J.J. Fredberg