Biomedical Fibrous Materials and Composites   [Archived Catalog]
2015-2016 UMass Dartmouth Graduate Catalog
   

BNG 515 - Biomedical Fibrous Materials and Composites

Credits 3
Lecture / 3 hours per week
Structure and properties of functionally advanced and intelligent fibrous structures and polymeric fiber reinforced composites for biomedical applications. Also studied are polymeric material systems for coating, adhesives and polymeric matrices, and fibrous scaffold structures including nanofiber webs, and reinforcing performs for composites such as knitted or woven fabrics, 3-D fabrics, nonwovens, braided and knotted structures. Properties of the resulting structures and their application areas such as nanobiocomposites, biomedical fibrous composites, and other multifunctional products are considered. BNG 415
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