9-27-16 exam #1 review

9-27-16 exam #1 review - 1 EMA 4061 Biomaterials Fall 2016...

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9/27/16 1 EMA 4061: Biomaterials Fall 2016 1 Exam #1 Thursday 9-29-16 During Class EMA 4061: Biomaterials Fall 2016 2 Exam #1: Some covered topics 1. MSE Review (no calculations) Fundamental knowledge Modes of failure (creep vs. fatigue) Forming operations, casting types Material properties Type of material based upon stess/strain curves The response of the body to foreign materials “Body fight back” 2. Biology Review (only info on slides) The cell as a factory Know the 5 cellular organelles described and their function/features Cell processes Steps in protein synthesis Proliferation vs quiescence How to cells adhere to surfaces Steps in cellular migration 3. Surface vs. bulk Properties Define surface vs. bulk? How do they change? Which determines success of a biomaterial? The zone between them? Define surface, interface, interphase. 4. Materials Characterization (Self study topics) Which characterization tools for which type of analysis? How should samples be handled? How each characterization tool works, sensitivity, depth of analysis, data given, and limitations
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9/27/16 2 EMA 4061: Biomaterials Fall 2016 3 5. Materials Used in medicine: metals, ceramics, polymers
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