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Computational Design and Simulation of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds

  • Scott J. Hollister
  • Chia-Ying Lin
  • Heesuk Kang
  • Taiji Adachi

Keywords

Topology Optimization Tissue Engineering Scaffold Computational Design Homogenization Theory Effective Elastic Property 
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  • Scott J. Hollister
  • Chia-Ying Lin
  • Heesuk Kang
  • Taiji Adachi

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