His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Dentistry, Epoxy, Stress and Maxillary central incisor. He brings together Composite material and Prepolymer to produce work in his papers. His Dentistry research integrates issues from Flexural strength and Orthodontics.
His studies deal with areas such as Diphenyl sulfone, Differential scanning calorimetry, Sorption and Thermosetting polymer as well as Epoxy. His Stress research includes elements of Arch and Finite element method. His research integrates issues of Cancellous bone, Cortical bone, Strain, Rigidity and Biomedical engineering in his study of Maxillary central incisor.
His main research concerns Composite material, Kinematics, Robot, Mechanism and Mechatronics. Composite number, Epoxy, Polymerization, Rheology and Stress are the subjects of his Composite material studies. Antonio Apicella has researched Epoxy in several fields, including Moisture and Sorption.
Antonio Apicella works mostly in the field of Sorption, limiting it down to topics relating to Polymer chemistry and, in certain cases, Polymer, as a part of the same area of interest. His Kinematics study combines topics in areas such as Point, Geometry, Rotation, Mechanical engineering and Control engineering. His Robot research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mechanical system and Industrial engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Kinematics, Robot, Mechanism, Mechatronics and Robotics. Antonio Apicella interconnects Mechanical engineering, Piston, Group, Geometry and Electronics in the investigation of issues within Kinematics. His Mechanical engineering research incorporates elements of Thermal, Silicone rubber and Advanced manufacturing.
His Robot study incorporates themes from Quality and Work. His Mechanism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control engineering, Internal combustion engine and Control theory. In his study, Stewart platform and Trigonometry is inextricably linked to Inverse kinematics, which falls within the broad field of Mechatronics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Kinematics, Robot, Mechanical engineering, Mechanism and Planet. He has included themes like Piston, Group, Drive shaft, Electronics and Moment of inertia in his Kinematics study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanical system and Mechatronics in addition to Robot.
The various areas that Antonio Apicella examines in his Mechanical engineering study include Thermal, Nickel titanium, Shape-memory alloy and Wankel engine. His Mechanism research incorporates themes from Robotics, Internal combustion engine, Control theory and Dynamics. His Control theory research includes themes of Simple, Slider, Work and Fictitious force.
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Effect of adhesive layer properties on stress distribution in composite restorations—a 3D finite element analysis
Pietro Ausiello;Antonio Apicella;Carel.L Davidson.
Dental Materials (2002)
3D FEA of cemented steel, glass and carbon posts in a maxillary incisor
Alessandro Lanza;Raffaella Aversa;Sandro Rengo;Davide Apicella.
Dental Materials (2005)
Poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) and different molecular weight PEO blends monolithic devices for drug release
A. Apicella;B. Cappello;M.A. Del Nobile;M.I. La Rotonda.
3D-finite element analyses of cusp movements in a human upper premolar, restored with adhesive resin-based composites.
P. Ausiello;A. Apicella;C.L. Davidson;S. Rengo.
Journal of Biomechanics (2001)
Evaluation of the biomechanical behavior of maxillary central incisors restored by means of endocrowns compared to a natural tooth: A 3D static linear finite elements analysis
Fernando Zarone;Roberto Sorrentino;Davide Apicella;Bartolomeo Valentino.
Dental Materials (2006)
Effect of thermal history on water sorption, elastic properties and the glass transition of epoxy resins
Antonio Apicella;Luigi Nicolais;Gianni Astarita;Enrico Drioli.
The water ageing of unsaturated polyester-based composites: influence of resin chemical structure
A. Apicella;C. Migliaresi;L. Nicolais;L. Iaccarino.
Three-dimensional finite element analysis of strain and stress distributions in endodontically treated maxillary central incisors restored with diferent post, core and crown materials
Roberto Sorrentino;Raffaella Aversa;Valeria Ferro;Tommaso Auriemma.
Dental Materials (2007)
Biomechanically Inspired Shape Memory Effect Machines Driven by Muscle like Acting NiTi Alloys
Raffaella Aversa;Francesco Tamburrino;Relly Victoria V. Petrescu;Florian Ion T. Petrescu.
American Journal of Applied Sciences (2016)
Influence of tooth preparation design on the stress distribution in maxillary central incisors restored by means of alumina porcelain veneers: A 3D-finite element analysis
Fernando Zarone;Davide Apicella;Roberto Sorrentino;Valeria Ferro.
Dental Materials (2005)
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