Evaluation of the fretting corrosion behaviour of surface modified CP-Ti for biomedical applications (OLP-0126)

Sankara Narayanan, T S N and Satendra, Kumar (2010) Evaluation of the fretting corrosion behaviour of surface modified CP-Ti for biomedical applications (OLP-0126). Exploratory (OLP). NML, Jamshedpur. (Submitted)

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Abstract

Fretting corrosion is one of the main sources of failure in hip and knee joints made of titanium and its alloys. Surface modification of CP-Ti by thermal oxidation, anodization and electrodeposition of hydroxyl apatite coating are some viable approach to improve the fretting corrosion resistance of CP-Ti. The present study aims to evaluate the fretting corrosion behaviour of surface modified CP-Ti and identify merits and limitations of these treatments. Understanding the fretting corrosion behaviour of surface modified CP-Ti is an important challenge not only for the medial professionals who perform the surgery but also for the scientists and engineers who are involved in design and development of the prosthetic devices.

Item Type:Project Reports (Exploratory (OLP))
Official URL/DOI:http://eprints.nmlindia.org/3056
Uncontrolled Keywords:Fretting corrosion, surface modification, thermal oxidation, anodic oxidation, hydroxyapatite coating
Divisions:NML Chennai > Chemistry
ID Code:3946
Deposited By:Dr. TSN Sankara Narayanan
Deposited On:15 Sep 2011 17:06
Last Modified:15 Sep 2011 17:06
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