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Biomimetics - materials, structures and processes

Petra Gruber

Biomimetics - materials, structures and processes

examples, ideas and case studies

by Petra Gruber

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biomimetics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP. Gruber ... [et al], editors
    SeriesBiological and medical physics, biomedical engineering, Biological and medical physics, biomedical engineering
    ContributionsBruckner, Dietmar
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP517.B56 B578 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 266 p. :
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25189591M
    ISBN 103642119336
    ISBN 109783642119330, 9783642119347
    LC Control Number2011929499
    OCLC/WorldCa690089419

    He is author of numerous books that have set the standards for studies in bionics. His latest book on Biomimetics for Architecture & Design, co-authored with Göran Pohl and published by Springer in , is the first English translation of the 2nd edition of their German book on Bau-Bionik, published by Springer in   Nature has always inspired human achievements and has led to effective materials, structures, tools, mechanisms, processes, algorithms, methods, systems, and many other benefits (Bar-Cohen Y (ed) Biomimetics—Biologically Inspired Technologies (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press) pp 1–). This field, which is known as biomimetics, offers Cited by:

    Biomimetics: mimicking and inspired-by biology Yoseph Bar-Cohen, Jet Propulsion Lab, California Institute of Technology Biological creatures can build amazing shapes and structures using materials in their surroundings or materials that they Materials and processes in biology File Size: KB. Biomimetic materials are materials developed using inspiration from may be useful in the design of composite l structures have inspired and innovated human creations. Notable examples of these natural structures include: honeycomb structure of the beehive, strength of spider silks, bird flight mechanics, and shark skin water repellency.

    Open access peer-reviewed chapter. Biomineralization is the process by which mineral crystals are deposited in an organized fashion in the matrix (either cellular or extracellular) of living organisms (Boskey, ).In simple terms, it can be described as the widespread and fascinating process by which living organisms produce minerals (Sigel et al., ; Stephen and Lowenstam, ).Cited by: 6. Biomimicry is defined in the book as a "new science that studies nature's models and then imitates or takes inspiration from these designs and processes to solve human problems". Benyus suggests looking to Nature as a "Model, Measure, and Mentor" and emphasizes sustainability as an .


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Biomimetics (ISSN ; CODEN: BIOMJE) is a peer-reviewed open access journal regarding biomimicry and bionics published quarterly online by MDPI. The European Network of Bioadhesion (ENBA) is affiliated to Biomimetics. Open Access - free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.

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Nature Inspired structures. Introduction "Biomimicry or biomimetics is the examination of nature, its models, systems, processes, and ements to emulate or take inspiration from in order to solve human problems.

The term biomimicry and biomimetics come from the Greek words bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning to imitate." In. Common examples are the honeycomb structure of the beehive, the fibre structure of wood, spider silks, nacre, bone, hedgehog quills.

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Biomimetics is the field of science in which inspirations are elicited from nature to design practical materials and systems that can imitate structure and function of native biological systems (Sarikaya et al., ).

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