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A Review on Cementitious Self-Healing and the Potential of Phase-Field Methods for Modeling Crack-Closing and Fracture Recovery
(Molecular Diversity Preservation International, 2020-11)
Improving the durability and sustainability of concrete structures has been driving the enormous number of research papers on self-healing mechanisms that have been published in the past decades. The vast developments of ...
Bone fracture healing: perspectives according to molecular basis
(Springer Tokyo, 2021-05)
Fractures have a great impact on health all around the world and with fracture healing optimization; this problem could be resolved partially. To make a practical contribution to this issue, the knowledge of bone tissue, ...
Zero-thickness interface constitutive theory for concrete self-healing effects
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2017-07)
A damage-plasticity constitutive theory for zero-thickness interfaces is presented aimed at predicting time-dependent self-healing phenomena in concrete. The material model is based on fracture-energy concepts and accounts ...
A limping dinosaur in the Late Jurassic: Pathologies in the pes of the neornithischian Othnielosaurus consors from the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic, USA)
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-03-02)
The study of palaeopathology provides valuable information about injury and behaviour in extinct organisms. Appendicular pathologies are interesting as they directly affect mobility and therefore the ability of an animal ...
Determinación de la frecuencia en la que se presentan los distintos tipos de curación en una fractura radicular horizontal intra - alveolarDetermination of the frequency presented in different types of healing in a horizontal root fracture intraalveolar
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Facultad de Odontología, 2016)
In vitro characterization of anodized magnesium alloy as a potential biodegradable material for biomedical applications
Pure metals and their alloys are used to partially or completely restore bone fractures. Biodegradable metals emerged as promising candidates for fracture fixation devices since they are able to self-degrade in the body ...
Multi-scale approach for the evaluation of bone mineralization in strontium ranelate-treated diabetic rats
(Humana Press, 2018-04)
Long-term Diabetes mellitus can induce osteopenia, osteoporosis, an increase in the incidence of low-stress fractures and/or delayed fracture healing. Strontium ranelate (SrR) is a dual-action anti-osteoporotic agent whose ...
Window Approach for Simultaneous Root Fragment Removal and Implant Placement: Two Case Reports
Introduction: Root fracture during extraction is not uncommon due to the presence of multiple and thin roots, which are often divergent and curved. The retained root fragments (RF) are usually radiographic incidental ...
Postcranial axial skeletal pathology in Commerson?s dolphins (Cephalorhynchus c. commersonii) from Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Commerson’s dolphins Cephalorhynchus c. commersonii are the small cetacean most frequently found stranded along the coast of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, but little is known about their pathologies. We examined the postcranial ...
Pore fluid evolution within a hydrocarbon reservoir: Yacoraite formation (upper Cretaceous), northwest basin, Argentina
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2000-10)
Hydrocarbon and aqueous fluid inclusions in quartz and anhydrite cements in sandstones and carbonates in the upper part of the Yacoraite Formation (Upper Cretaceous) were studied in wells in the Lomas de Olmedo Sub-basin, ...