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1. Electrospun bioactive composites for neural tissue
2. Emulsion electrospun multicomponent scaffolds for tissue
3. Electrospun bioactive glass and organic-inorganic hybrid fibers
for tissue regeneration and drug delivery
4. Electrospinning of silk fibroin-based nanofibers and their
applications in tissue engineering
5. Electrospun polymeric composite nanofibers with cellulose
nanocrystals and their applications
6. Electrospun three-dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds based on
7. Electrospinning and electrospraying technologies for food
and packaging applications
8. Electrospun composite nanofibers as sensors for food analysis
9. Development of strong and tough electrospun fiber-reinforced
10. Electrospun nanofibers for interfacial toughening and damage selfhealing of polymer composites and surface coatings
11. Unidirectionally aligned and randomly oriented electrospun
nanofibrous polyacrylonitrile membranes
12. Electrospinning of luminescence nanofibers: Current and future
trends in wearable light-emitting devices
13. Electrospun materials for wearable sensor applications in
14. Electrospun tree-like nanofiber membrane: Fabrication and
applications for air and water treatments
15. Application of electrospun composite materials for algal
16. Functionalizing nanofibrous materials for textile applications
17. Electrospun polymer nanocomposites for X-ray shielding
18. Electrospun shape-memory polymer fibers and their
19. Electrospun nanofiber-based coatings for corrosion protection
of metallic surfaces
20. Modifications in metal oxide electrospun nanofibers for
21. Electrospun carbon nanofibers as electrode materials
for supercapacitor applications
22. Sol-gel electrospinning of diverse ceramic nanofibers and their
23. Evolvement of spinneret in electrospinning toward large-scale
production of nanofibers
Electrospun Polymers and Composites: Ultrafine Materials, High Performance Fibres and Wearables reviews the latest technological developments and innovations in electrospun polymers and composites, highlighting the multifunctionality of these ultrafine materials as high performance fibers. The book's chapters investigate a wide range of different electrospinning applications, including drug delivery, tissue scaffolding, fiber reinforcement and nanofiltration, with a particular focus on shape memory effect and the wearable characteristics of electrospun polymers and composites. This will be a valuable reference resource for research and for industrial communities working in the field of electrospinning.
- Covers two important material systems in electrospun materials, including electrospun polymers and composites
- Emphasizes areas in shape memory effect and wearable features of electrospun polymers and composites
- Presents a multidisciplinary work that will attract a wide spectrum of readers in chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemistry, pharmacy, environmental science, materials science and engineering, as well as mechanical and electrical engineering
Academic and industrial researchers working in materials science, polymer science and chemical engineering as well as those interested in various applications of electrospun materials such as the biomedical field, textile industrial and environmental science. Postgraduate students engaged in research in this area. Engineering, biomaterial and medical device/textile companies active in manufacturing or R & D
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2021
- 9th October 2020
- Woodhead Publishing
- Paperback ISBN:
Yu Dong is a senior lecturer within the School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. His main research interests are polymer nanocomposites, electrospun nanofibres/nanocomposites, green composites, nanomaterial processing and characterisation, micromechanical modelling, finite element analysis, statistical design of experiments and engineering education. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed journal articles and 30 fully referred conference papers, written 10 book chapters and edited 3 technical books. He serves as an associate editor of two international journals, with the specialty recognition of nanomaterials and nanocomposites.
Senior Lecturer, School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University, Perth, Australia
Dr. Avinash Baji is a Lecturer at La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia). He has authored and co-authored over 50 journal articles, with additional papers in conference proceedings and refereed abstracts. Some of these research papers are highly cited with three publications specially featured in (i) Lab Talk, nanotechweb.org on June 2, 2011; (ii) the Top 25 Hottest Articles by Composite Science and Technology; and (iii) the list of Most Downloaded Composite Science and Technology Articles. Additionally, one of his recent publication entitled, ‘Gecko-inspired dry adhesive based on micro-nanoscale hierarchical arrays for application in climbing devices’ has received media attention.
Lecturer, Department of Engineering, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, La Trobe University, Australia
Seeram Ramakrishna is the Director of the Center for Nanofibres and Nanotechnology at the National University of Singapore (NUS), which is ranked among the top 20 universities in the world. He is regarded as the modern father of electrospinning. He is an elected Fellow of UK Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng); Singapore Academy of Engineering; Indian National Academy of Engineering; and ASEAN Academy of Engineering & Technology. He is an elected Fellow of the International Union of Societies of Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE); Institution of Engineers Singapore; ISTE, India; Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining, UK; and American Association of the Advancement of Science; ASM International; American Society for Mechanical Engineers; American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering, USA. He is an editor of Elsevier journal Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering.
Director, Center for Nanofibres and Nanotechnology, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
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