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One long dimension; and the platelet or lamina, with two long dimensions. Cellular solids are those in which the "inclusions" are voids, filled with air or liquid. In the context of biomaterials, it is necessary to distinguish the above cells, which are structural, from biological cells, which occur only in living organisms. Examples of composite material structures are as follows. The dental composite filling material shown in Figure 2-18 has a particulate structure. This material is packed into the tooth cavity while still soft, and the resin is polymerized in situ.
Stienstra, "Bone Particle Impregnated Bone Cement. I. In Vitro Studies," J. Biomed. Mater. , 21, 247-261, 1987. -------r-------~------~------, Bon. C. '. '. ' 2000 ' •••• "0. t. - . .... - ... ~ O~------~-------L------~------~O 103 104 105 106 107 CYCLES TO FAILURE Figure 3-9. Stress versus log N (number of cycles) of PMMA bone cement. The Simplex P bone cement test specimens were fabricated at pressures between 5 and 50 psi and tested in air at 22°C. From T. A. Freitag and S. L. Cannon, "Fracture Characteristics of Acrylic Bone Cement.
This is in the neighborhood of the fracture stress of enamel. Ordinarily, the dentist would avoid having such a thin layer of tooth structure remaining. Moreover, the filling is placed at a temperature between room temperature (20°C) and body temperature (37°C). Even though a range of 50°C can occur in the mouth, a portion of that range is below ambient, as in the eating of ice cream. Cooling of the filling can result in a gap forming between the filling and tooth, and leakage can occur in that gap.