The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biomechanics, Composite material, Viscoelasticity, Biomedical engineering and Indentation. His studies deal with areas such as Slip, Physical therapy, Complex geometry and Forearm as well as Biomechanics. His work on Scanning electron microscope and Silicone as part of general Composite material research is frequently linked to Environment controlled, Human skin and In vivo, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The various areas that Arthur F.T. Mak examines in his Viscoelasticity study include Creep, Stress relaxation, Cartilage and Shear modulus. His work deals with themes such as Lower limb, Plantar surface and Soft tissue, which intersect with Biomedical engineering. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Indentation, focusing on Modulus and, on occasion, Linear elasticity, Young's modulus and Finite element method.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Biomedical engineering, Biomechanics, Surgery and Chemical engineering. Arthur F.T. Mak works mostly in the field of Composite material, limiting it down to topics relating to PLGA and, in certain cases, Porosity, as a part of the same area of interest. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ultrasonic sensor, Compression, Soft tissue and Ultrasound.
His work carried out in the field of Soft tissue brings together such families of science as Elasticity and Indentation. He has researched Biomechanics in several fields, including Prosthetic socket, Physical therapy and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tissue engineering, Coating and Scanning electron microscope.
His primary areas of study are Biophysics, Oxidative stress, Myocyte, C2C12 and Membrane. Arthur F.T. Mak interconnects Surgery, Catalase, Inflammation and Anatomy, Skeletal muscle in the investigation of issues within Myocyte. His Membrane research also works with subjects such as
In the field of Composite material, his study on Polyester overlaps with subjects such as Silver Nano. Many of his studies on Cartilage apply to Biomedical engineering as well. His research integrates issues of Degeneration, Indentation, Stiffness and Ultrasound in his study of Biomedical engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Membrane, Composite material, Tissue engineering, Chemical engineering and Nanoporous. His Composite material research includes elements of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Scaffold and Fibrous membrane. His research in Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy intersects with topics in Scanning electron microscope, Polyester and Polymer.
His Scaffold research incorporates elements of Morphology and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The Tissue engineering study combines topics in areas such as Composite number and Silver nanoparticle. His research investigates the connection between Nanoporous and topics such as Polymerization that intersect with issues in Nanotechnology and Ethylene glycol.
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Biphasic indentation of articular cartilage--I. Theoretical analysis.
A.F. Mak;W.M. Lai;V.C. Mow.
Journal of Biomechanics (1987)
The apparent viscoelastic behavior of articular cartilage--the contributions from the intrinsic matrix viscoelasticity and interstitial fluid flows.
A. F. Mak.
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering-transactions of The Asme (1986)
State-of-the-art research in lower-limb prosthetic biomechanics-socket interface: a review.
Arthur F. T. Mak;Ming Zhang;David A. Boone.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (2001)
Supracondylar fracture of the femur following prosthetic knee arthroplasty.
Culp Rw;Schmidt Rg;Hanks G;Mak A.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (1987)
Estimating the effective Young's modulus of soft tissues from indentation tests--nonlinear finite element analysis of effects of friction and large deformation.
Ming Zhang;Yongping Zheng;Arthur F T Mak.
Medical Engineering & Physics (1997)
In vivo friction properties of human skin
M. Zhang;A. F. T. Mak.
Prosthetics and Orthotics International (1999)
An ultrasound indentation system for biomechanical properties assessment of soft tissues in-vivo
Yong-Ping Zheng;A.F.T. Mak.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (1996)
Effectiveness of insoles on plantar pressure redistribution.
Bonnie Yuk San Tsung;Ming Zhang;Arthur Fuk Tat Mak;Margaret Wan Nar Wong.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (2004)
Objective assessment of limb tissue elasticity: Development of a manual indentation procedure
Yongping Zheng;Arthur F.T. Mak;Bokong Lue.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (1999)
Biomechanical assessment of plantar foot tissue in diabetic patients using an ultrasound indentation system
Yong-Ping Zheng;Y. K. C. Choi;K. Wong;S. Chan.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (2000)
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