Polymer Network Dynamics during Electrospinning: Random Walk Simulation
Design and Fabrication of Scaffolds
via Melt Electrospinning for Applications in Tissue Engineering
Structure Development in Electrospun Fibres
Organized Assembly of Electrospun Nanofibres: From 1D to 3D
Electrospinning for Medical Applications
In-house Cultivation of New Generation Meat on Novel Biomimetic 3D Scaffolds
About this book
Electrospinning techniques are used to produce novel nanoscale fibrous materials used in a diverse range of applications.
Electrospinning: Principles Practice and Possibilities provides a snapshot of the current cutting edge developments of the field. The first chapter introduces readers to electrospinning, followed by different techniques to prepare fibres such as melt electrospinning and colloidal electrospinning, as well as the properties, structures and uses of the nanofibrous materials in energy applications and regenerative medicine and future directions.
This balanced and authoritative book will appeal to a broad audience of postgraduate students, industrial and academic researchers in the physical and life sciences as well as engineering.