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Session Overview
Session
TR05.1: Biotribology and Biorheology
Time:
Tuesday, 09/Jul/2019:
8:00am - 9:45am

Session Chair: Michael Byrant
Location: HS 06
This session will present the latest research in the area of biotribology and biorheology. A number of presentations will be given ranging from the characterisation of soft matter to the corrosion and wear of metallic materials.

Session Abstract

This session will present the latest research in the area of biotribology and biorheology. A number of presentations will be given ranging from the characterisation of soft matter to the corrosion and wear of metallic materials.


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Presentations
8:00am - 8:30am

SOFT, SLIMY, AND SLIDING INTERFACES: BIOTRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MUCINS AND MUCUS

S. Lee

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



8:30am - 8:45am

QUANTIFICATION OF CORROSIVE MATERIAL LOSS FROM COCRMO-TI6AL4V FRETTING CONTACTS

A. R. Beadling, M. G. Bryant, A. Neville

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



8:45am - 9:00am

MENISCUS AND CARTILAGE SHOW HIGHER FRICTION DURING SWING THAN DURING STANCE PHASE UNDER GAIT CONDITIONS

D. Warnecke, L. de Roy, S. Stein, A. Ignatius, L. Dürselen

Institute of Orthopaedic Research and Biomechanics, Germany



9:00am - 9:15am

THE NONLINEAR RESPONSE OF BLOOD CLOTS TO SINUSOIDAL SHEAR STRESSES

U. Windberger1, C. Dibiasi1, L. Plosczcanski2, H. Lichtenegger2

1Medical University Vienna, Austria; 2University of Natural Ressources and Life Sciences



9:15am - 9:30am

USING RELATIVE TORQUE TO STUDY PRIMARY-SECONDARY FLOW TRANSITION OF BLOOD ANALOGUES IN A ROTATIONAL RHEOMETER

N. S Kelly, H. S Gill, A. N Cookson, K. H Fraser

University of Bath, United Kingdom



9:30am - 9:45am

USING ACOUSTIC EMISSION TO MONITOR TRIBOLOGICAL PHENOMENA IN ARTIFICIAL JOINTS

K. A Olorunlambe, D. E. Shepehrd, K. D Dearn

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom