Published September 1997
by ASTM International .
Written in English
|Contributions||Stanley A. Brown (Editor), Jack E. Lemons (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||421|
Biomedical applications of titanium and its alloys Article (PDF Available) in JOM: the journal of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society 60(3) March with 5, Reads. The extensive list of clinical uses of titanium and the titanium-aluminium-vanadium alloy is a clear indication of the suitability of these materials for implant applications. There is no doubt, of course, that both stainless steel and cobalt-chromium alloys are widely Cited by: Medical Applications of Titanium and Its Alloys: The Material and Biological Issues (Astm Special Technical Publication): Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Hardcover. In book: Nanomedicine, Chapter: Biomaterial Surface Modification Of Titanium and Titanium Alloys for Medical Applications, Publisher: One Central Press, Editors: Alexander Seifalian, Achala de Mel.
"Titanium in Medicine" is a comprehensive collation of 28 chapters written by international experts that cover much more than the title may book is divided into five parts: Introductory Survey, Metallurgy and Fabrication, Surface Engineering, Biological Performance and Medical Applications. There then follows detailed discussion of the applications of titanium and its alloys in aerospace, medicine, energy and automotive technology. Reviews "Der Band kann sicher, wie im Vorwort erwahnt, auch fur Studenten eine interessante Lekture darstellen. Titanium and its Alloys for Medical Applications. Prof. Dr.‐Ing. J. Breme. E-mail address: Book Editor(s): Dr. Christoph Leyens. DLR – German Aerospace Center, Institute of Materials Research, Köln, Germany Titanium and Titanium Alloys: Fundamentals and Applications. Related; Information; Close Figure by: Titanium Ceramics for Cell-Carriers and for Medical Applications Erich Wintermantel, Karl-Ludwig Eckert, Ning-Ping Huang, Marcus Textor, Donald M. Brunette Pages
As titanium additive manufacturing has attracted considerable attention from both academicians and technologists, and has already led to many applications in aerospace and terrestrial systems, as well as in the medical industry, this book explores the unique shape making capabilities and attractive mechanical properties which make titanium an. Typical NS/TS ratios for titanium and its alloys are - ( is a minimum for an acceptable implant material). Fracture toughness of all high strength implantable alloys is above 50MPa.m-½ with critical crack lengths well above the minimum for detection by standard methods of non-destructive testing. Titanium Medical Specifications. Overview / S.A. Brown and J.E. Lemons --Titanium Alloys as Implant Materials / M.A. Imam and A.C. Fraker --Manufacturing Processes for Semi-Finished Titanium Biomedical Alloys / R.M. Davis and R.M. Forbes Jones --Taguchi Experiment on the Mechanical Properties of Sintered Titanium / R.R. Peterson and C.V. French --New Titanium Alloys to be. um and titanium alloys. Stainless steel was the ﬁrst metallic biomaterial used successfully as an im-plant. In , the cobalt-based alloy named Vitallium was developed for medical applications. Titanium is the newest metallic biomaterial. In both medical and dental ﬁelds, titanium and its alloys have demonstrated success as biomedical.