STP1559

    Fatigue and Fracture Metallic Medical Materials and Devices

    Mitchell M., Smith Stephen, Woods Terry, Berg Brian
    Published: 2013


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    Eleven peer-reviewed papers provide the latest research on the fatigue behavior of nitinol SMA’s and the influence of residual surface stress, as well as the influence of inclusions and test speed on long-life performance.

    Other topics deal with information on biomechanical loading and fatigue haracterization of orthopaedic devices, surface modifications on fatigue and corrosion behavior of Ti-6Al-4V, and the fracture toughness of a Ti-MMC.


    Table of Contents


    The Effects of Test Speed on Fatigue Life of Nitinol Wire in Rotary Bend
    Gupta S., Weaver J., Woods T.

    Ti-6Al-4V Fatigue Strength After Shot Peening: The Role of a Corrosive Environment
    Gibmeier J., Jaeger S., Kretzer J., Reinders J., Sonntag R.

    The Effect of Inclusions on Fatigue Properties for Nitinol
    Beretta S., Cadelli A., Coda A., Sczerzenie F., Urbano M.

    Bending Fatigue Characteristics of Orthopedic Biomaterials
    Cartner J., Soileau R., Whitten A.

    Evaluation of the Effects of Anodization on the Fatigue Performance of Titanium Alloy
    Whitten A.

    Literature Discrepancies in Biomechanical Loading of Orthopedic Trauma Devices Intended for Lower Extremities
    Cartner J., Whitten A.

    Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Crack Propagation Determination of Metal Matrix Composite Materials
    Lessar J., Popp J.

    The Effects of Test Speed on Fatigue Life of Nitinol Wire in Rotary Bend
    Gupta S., Weaver J., Woods T.

    Evaluation of Fatigue Performance and Residual Stress of Surface Modification Techniques for Ti-6Al-4V Medical Device Applications
    Dace M., Pelo M., Rouleau J., Terry S.

    In Vivo Strain Estimates for Medical Implants
    Conta R., Johnson T., Perry K., Quest M.

    Fatigue Crack Initiation in Superelastic Nitinol
    Perry K., Teiche A.

    The Effect of Inclusions on Fatigue Properties for Nitinol
    Beretta S., Cadelli A., Coda A., Sczerzenie F., Urbano M.

    Fatigue Crack Initiation in Superelastic Nitinol
    Perry K., Teiche A.

    In Vivo Strain Estimates for Medical Implants
    Conta R., Johnson T., Perry K., Quest M.

    Literature Discrepancies in Biomechanical Loading of Orthopedic Trauma Devices Intended for Lower Extremities
    Cartner J., Whitten A.

    Bending Fatigue Characteristics of Orthopedic Biomaterials
    Cartner J., Soileau R., Whitten A.

    Ti-6Al-4V Fatigue Strength After Shot Peening: The Role of a Corrosive Environment
    Gibmeier J., Jaeger S., Kretzer J., Reinders J., Sonntag R.

    Evaluation of the Effects of Anodization on the Fatigue Performance of Titanium Alloy
    Whitten A.

    Evaluation of Fatigue Performance and Residual Stress of Surface Modification Techniques for Ti-6Al-4V Medical Device Applications
    Dace M., Pelo M., Rouleau J., Terry S.

    Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Crack Propagation Determination of Metal Matrix Composite Materials
    Lessar J., Popp J.


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1559-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1559-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7584-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7545-7

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    978-0-8031-7545-7
    STP1559-EB