Steel Foam Inspired from Human Bones IJTSRD
Historically, the concept to create synthetic cellular substances have to have been stimulated by means of herbal materials such as pumice stone, timber or bone that have all been in use for a lengthy time due to their special properties. Since the 20th century, cell substances are engineered from dense primary materials, their houses are investigated systematically and it is decided in which situations they are the highest quality to their dense counterparts. The matrix fabric of cellular substances or, greater specific, foams can be a polymer or another organic material, a glass, a ceramic or even a metal. Bones have an internal structure similar to a honeycomb, which makes them rigid yet relatively light. Bones are more than just the scaffolding that holds the body together. it comes in all shapes and sizes and have many roles.
by Mohd Umair | Dr. D. K Chauhan | Tanveer Ahmad Wani “Steel Foam Inspired from Human Bones”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-1 , December 2018,
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