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Quantitative Analysis of Biomechanical Parameters of Bioinspirational Designed Medical Microneedles in Interaction with Skin using Finite Elements Method

Yasaman Amiri,; Bahman Vahidi

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, , Pages 99-110

  Microneedles are a type of micron-sized needle that is the third most widely used delivery system after oral and injectable drug delivery, used in a variety of fields including drug release and rejuvenation. Optimizing the geometry of microneedles to reduce pain and inflammation has been important in ...  Read More

Feature Extraction for Object Recognition Inspired by Human Visual System

Hiwa Sufikarimi; Karim Mohammadi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , February 2018, , Pages 337-349

  In this paper, we tried to present a robust and reliable approach to object recognition by inspiring human visual system. A famous model, inspiring mammalian visual system, is HMAX (Hierarchical Model and X). It shows significant accuracy rates on object recognition tasks. However, there are some differences ...  Read More

Continuum model of actin-myosin flow

Mohammad Reza Nikmaneshi; Bahar Firoozabadi; Mohammad Saeid Saeidi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2013, , Pages 97-105

  The front part of a cell is divided to two regions called lamellum and lamellipodium (lamellipodial). Internal flows in this part plays an essential role for cell migration. Indeed, there are many protein filaments called actin in lamellum and lamellipodium, which induce the cell motion with polymerization ...  Read More

Experimental essay of peristaltic fluid flow in the biologic tube

Behzad Seyfi; Hosein Mansourinejad; Bahman Vahidi; Nasser Fatouraee

Volume 6, Issue 3 , June 2012, , Pages 169-175

  Peristaltic flow is one of the important mechanisms of fluid transmission. In addition to the divers engineering applications, this mechanism plays an important role in biological organs such as digestion system and urine excretion. In this paper, urine bolus transportation in ureter has been investigated ...  Read More

Power Law: Relation Between Geometry And Kinematics In Skilled Drawing Movements

Saeed Rashidi; Seyed Mohammad Reza Hashemi Golpayegani; Ali Fallah; Farzad Towhidkhah

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2010, , Pages 33-44

  In drawing movements, the constraints imposed on the trajectory geometry properties and kinematics are known with two laws: 2/3 power law and isochrony phenomenon. In this paper experiments have been designed to study the relation between two empirical laws in straight and curved patterns of drawing ...  Read More