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  • Channelized Substrates Made from BaZr0.75Ce0.05Y0.2O3-d Proton-Conducting Ceramic Polymer Clay. [Journal Article]
    Membranes (Basel) 2019; 9(10)Ricote S, Kee BL, Coors WG
  • A novel process for producing thick protonic ceramics for use in hydrogen separation membrane reactors is demonstrated. Polymer clay bodies based on polyvinyl acetate (PVA) and mineral oil were formulated, and they permitted parts with complex architectures to be prepared by simple, low-pressure molding in the unfired, "green" state. Ceramic proton conductors based on doped barium zirconate/cerat…
  • Analysis of Soft Tissue Materials for Simulation Development. [Journal Article]
    Simul Healthc 2019; 14(5):312-317Caldwell J, Mooney JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Silicone and urethane materials can mimic soft tissues, for both imaging and interventions. Although there is significant potential for independent production of custom, high-fidelity simulants, further work is required to identify preferable combinations of materials and optimal techniques for their use.
  • A workflow for fabricating a hollow obturator by using 3D digital technologies. [Journal Article]
    J Prosthet Dent 2019Koyama S, Kato H, … Sasaki K
  • Conventional methods used for fabricating hollow obturator prostheses have numerous problems. The workflow presented in this article integrates 3D digital technologies into a functional protocol, enabling the fabrication of single-piece hollow prostheses with no joints by using an optical 3D scanner and a laminating molding device.
  • Design Strategy for Porous Composites Aimed at Pressure Sensor Application. [Journal Article]
    Small 2019; :e1903487Sang Z, Ke K, Manas-Zloczower I
  • Flexible and highly sensitive pressure sensors have versatile biomedical engineering applications for disease diagnosis and healthcare. The fabrication of such sensors based on porous structure composites usually requires complex, costly, and nonenvironmentally friendly procedures. As such, it is highly desired to develop facile, economical, and environment-friendly fabrication strategies for hig…
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