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The atmospheric corrosion rate of materials changes based on different environmental conditions including time to be exposed to wet condition, relative humidity, surrounding temperature, and impurity of the air. The adhesive bond is relatively weak in conventional surface coating process which may lead the separation of these coatings and reduction of(More)
This paper introduces a new biomedical apparatus for applying surgical clips to patients' tissue or vessel. During surgical process, the apparatus jaw is placed around the vessel or tubular structure. As handles of apparatus are brought together, the clip is closed around the vessel to stop bleeding. As handles are released, a new surgical clip is(More)
The breakthrough in biomedical and surgical instrument research follows the advances of newly developed biomedical technologies, improved composite materials, and renovated manufacturing methodologies. These new biomedical and surgical instruments allow physician to perform complex biomedical treatments and surgical operations with better medical quality.(More)
The crevice correction is a common type of localized corrosion which costs multibillion dollar losses in many different fields including aerospace, automobile, and building structures. The crevice geometry can easily catch moisture and impurity which accelerates the chemical corrosion. It is one of the dangerous corrosions that can cause sudden failure of(More)
  • Jeremy Li
  • 2010
This paper describes the recent research and development of an endo surgical/biomedical instrument for minimally invasive therapy procedure. The new mechanism design aids in better ergonomic design, reliable functionality, and continuous cost reduction. 3-D modeling technique, functionality analysis, and computer aided solution have been applied to the(More)
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