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Title: Geometry modeling of a tubular weft-knitted intestinal stent
Authors: Li, G
Liu, L
Li, Y 
Lan, P
Keywords: Geometry modeling
Mechanical properties
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Fiber Society
Source: Fiber Society's Spring 2015 Conference, in conjunction with the 2015 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials: Functional Fibers and Textiles - Program, 24-27 May 2015 How to cite?
Abstract: The paper describes a geometry modeling for a weft-knitted stents for colorectal cancer. Polydioxanone monofilament with 150 tex was used to produce tubular stents using a small weft-knitting machine. A geometrical model for single jersey weft-knitted structures is suggested here based on the plain knitted fabric model of Perice and Kurbak. The main objective is to model tubular weft-knitted stent so as to investigate its biomechanical functions by optimizing different stent structures and weft-knitting parameters of the stent can be carried out using Finite element modeling (FEM).
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