publication . Conference object . Article . 2010

Multigenerational Interstitial Growth of Biological Tissues

Tim Ricken;
Open Access
  • Published: 16 Jun 2010
  • Publisher: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
This study formulates a theory for multigenerational interstitial growth of biological tissues whereby each generation has a distinct reference configuration determined at the time of its deposition. In this model, the solid matrix of a growing tissue consists of a multiplicity of intermingled porous permeable bodies, each of which represents a generation, all of which are constrained to move together in the current configuration. Each generation’s reference configuration has a one-to-one mapping with the master reference configuration, which is typically that of the first generation. This mapping is postulated based on a constitutive assumption with regard to t...
free text keywords: Biotechnology, Mechanical Engineering, Modelling and Simulation
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