Xu, F and Lu, TJ and Seffen, KA (2009) Thermally-induced change in the relaxation behavior of skin tissue. J Biomech Eng, 131. 071001-. ISSN 0148-0731Full text not available from this repository.
Skin biothermomechanics is highly interdisciplinary, involving bioheat transfer, burn damage, biomechanics, and physiology. Characterization of the thermomechanical behavior of skin tissue is of great importance and can contribute to a variety of medical applications. However, few quantitative studies have been conducted on the thermally-dependent mechanical properties of skin tissue. The aim of the present study is to experimentally examine the thermally-induced change in the relaxation behavior of skin tissue in both hyperthermal and hypothermic ranges. The results show that temperature has great influence on the stress-relaxation behavior of skin tissue under both hyperthermal and hypothermic temperatures; the quantitative relationship that has been found between temperature and the viscoelastic parameter (the elastic fraction or fractional energy dissipation) was temperature dependent, with greatest dissipation at high temperature levels.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Animals Computer Simulation Elastic Modulus Energy Transfer Heat-Shock Response Hot Temperature Models, Biological Skin Physiological Processes Skin Temperature Stress, Mechanical Swine Viscosity|
|Divisions:||Div D > Structures|
|Depositing User:||Cron Job|
|Date Deposited:||07 Mar 2014 11:42|
|Last Modified:||08 Dec 2014 02:26|