Study of the mechanics of biological materials and structures


  • Anuj Raturi, Gaurav Joshi


mechanics, biological, materials, structures


Our Research “mechanics of biological materials and structures” is a point of this work was to fabricate, utilizing the electrospinning method, polyacrylonitrile-(Container) based carbon nanofibers as mats for biomedical applications. Carbon nanofibers acquired via carbonization of the Dish nanofibers to 1000°C (electrospun carbon nanofibers (ECNF)) were furthermore oxidized in air at 800°C under decreased pressure (electrospun carbon nanofibers oxidized under diminished pressure (ECNFV)). The oxidative treatment prompted halfway evacuation of a fundamentally less-requested carbon stage from the close surface locale of the carbon nanofibers. The two kinds of carbon stringy mats were concentrated on utilizing filtering electron microscopy (SEM), high-goal transmission electron microscopy (TEM), XRD, and Raman spectroscopy. The morphology, microstructure, and surface properties of the two materials were investigated. The oxidative treatment of carbon nanofibers essentially changed their surface morphology and actual properties (wettability, surface electrical obstruction). Natural tests (genotoxicity, fibroblast, and human osteoblast-like MG63 societies) were done in touch with the two materials. Genotoxicity study led through comet measures uncovered massive contrasts between both carbon nanofibers. Fibroblasts reached with the as-gotten carbon nanofibers (ECNF) showed an essentially more significant level of DNA harm contrasted with control and oxidized carbon nanofibers (ECNFV). The ECNFV nanofibers were not cytotoxic, though ECNF nanofibers reached with the two sorts of cells demonstrated a cytotoxic impact. The ECNFV brought into cell culture didn't influence the maintenance processes in the cells reaching them.



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Anuj Raturi, Gaurav Joshi. (2022). Study of the mechanics of biological materials and structures. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 28(6), 95–100. Retrieved from