I am new to Finite element method. I would like to know if their are any books for implants, bones and their interaction.
Thank you for your consideration.
If you are an engineering student and going to study solid mechanics, you may have a question: "what are the best books on solid mechanics which I should read to gain a firm background?" Your advisor may give you some suggestions, but you still want to know what other people read or study. It is better to follow a good reading list to study a subject step by step. And also your advisor may give you a list, but that one may work only for the topics your advisor wants you know. Is there a general reading list one can follow to gain a solid understanding on solid mechanics? This might be a question most students have.
Here is an e-book on Engineering Fracture Mechanics ; you can also download a demo version, the preface, and other related stuff from the page. The idea of the book (as described in the page) sounds interesting: