This book focuses on the systems biomechanics of bone remodeling that provide a multiscale platform for bone adaptation, spanning
the cellular, tissue, and organ levels. The mathematical model explained in each section provides concrete examples of in
silico approaches for bone adaptation. It will be immensely useful for readers interested in bone morphology and metabolism
and will serve as an effective bridge connecting mechanics, cellular and molecular biology, and medical sciences. These in
silico approaches towards exploring the mechanisms by which the functioning of dynamic living systems is established and maintained
have potential for facilitating the efforts of graduate students and young researchers pioneering new frontiers of biomechanics.