Strain rate sensitivity of skin tissue under thermomechanical loading.

@article{Zhou2010StrainRS,
  title={Strain rate sensitivity of skin tissue under thermomechanical loading.},
  author={Bing Zhou and F Xu and C. Q. Chen and Ting Lu},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={368 1912},
  pages={
          679-90
        }
}
There have been limited studies addressing the thermally dependent mechanical properties of skin tissue, although this can contribute to a variety of medical applications. To address this, an experimental study on the tensile behaviour of pig skin tissue under different thermal loading conditions and different mechanical stretching rates was performed. The results indicate that there is a significant variation among skin tensile behaviours under different temperatures and loading rates, which… CONTINUE READING

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