Cobalt-Base Alloys for Biomedical Applications

    Disegi JA, Kennedy RL, Pilliar R
    Published: 1999

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    STP 1365 is a unique publication that focuses on the use of cobalt-base alloys in orthopaedic applications. It features 18 peer-reviewed papers written by world renowned biomedical experts, that focus on new materials research, advanced process developments, accelerated wear studies, and clinical information related to the use of Co-26Cr-6Mo for surgical implant applications.

    STP 1365 covers the latest information to emerge in recent years on topics such as:

    • Alloy Design

    • Processing Variables

    • Corrosion/Fretting Resistance

    • Abrasion and Wear Characterization

    • Implant Surface Modification

    • Biological Response

    • Clinical Performance.

    This volume is a comprehensive resource for orthopaedic surgeons, biomedical researchers and engineers, product design engineers, quality control engineers, product metallurgists and managers, implant device manufacturers, and academics.

    Table of Contents

    Net-Shaping of Co-Cr-Mo (F-75) via Metal Injection Molding
    Tandon R.

    The Production and Properties of Wrought High Carbon Co-Cr-Mo Alloys
    Berry G., Bolton J., Brown J., McQuaide S.

    Amorphous Alloys Containing Cobalt for Orthopaedic Applications
    Hsu S., Johnson C., Skrtic D., Tesk J., Tung M.

    Effect of Powder Morphology and Sintering Atmosphere on the Structure-Property Relationships in PM Processed Co-Cr-Mo Alloys Intended for Surgical Implants
    Becker B., Bolton J.

    Influence of Post Processing on the Mechanical Properties of Investment Cast and Wrought Co-Cr-Mo Alloys
    Berlin R., Gustavson L., Wang K.

    Metallurgy, Microstructure, Chemistry and Mechanical Properties of a New Grade of Cobalt-Chromium Alloy Before and After Porous-Coating
    Hamby M., Kaiser W., Mishra A.

    A Dispersion Strengthened Co-Cr-Mo Alloy for Medical Implants
    Berlin R., Gustavson L., Wang K.

    Process Metallurgy of Wrought CoCrMo Alloy
    Kennedy R., Lippard H.

    The Role of the FCC-HCP Phase Transformation During the Plastic Deformation of Co-Cr-Mo-C Alloys for Biomedical Applications
    Salinas-Rodríguez A.

    Residual Abrasive Material from Surface Grinding of Metal-Metal Hip Implants: A Source of Third-Body Wear?
    Bobyn J., Chan F., Medley J., Wang A., Yue S.

    Metal-on-Metal Wear Testing of Co-Cr Alloys
    Gustavson L., Wang A., Wang K.

    Comparison of Two Cobalt-Based Alloys for Use in Metal-On-Metal Hip Prostheses: Evaluation of the Wear Properties in a Simulator
    Afflitto R., Poggie R., St. John K., Zardiackas L.

    Effect of Metallic Counterpart Selection on the Tribological Properties of UHMWPE
    Freese H., Kennedy R., Killar J., LaBerge M.

    An Overview of PVD Coating Development for Co-Based Alloys
    Pellman M.

    The Development of Surface Coatings for Co-Cr-Mo Alloys Based on Quaternary AlSiFeMn Intermetallic Compounds
    Acosta-González F., Castillejos-Escobar A., Escobedo-Bocardo J., Flores-Valdés A., Toscano-Giles A.

    Metal-On-Metal Hip Replacements: Wear Performance and Cellular Response To Wear Particles
    Alim R., Amstutz H., Campbell P., Dorr L., McKellop H., Mirra J., Nutt S.

    Serum Protein Carriers of Chromium in Patients with Cobalt-Base Alloy Total Joint Replacement Components
    Black J., Galante J., Hallab N., Jacobs J., Mikecz K., Skipor A.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1365-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5409-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2608-4

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