STP796

    Titanium Alloys in Surgical Implants

    Luckey HA, Kubli F

    Pages: 286

    Published: 1983

    Purchase Print    $87

    Purchase Print + PDF    $130.50
       Save 25%    more info


    More About this Product

    Overview

    Related Products

    The symposium on Titanium Alloys in Surgical Implants was held in Phoenix, Ariz., on 11-12 May 1981. Sponsoring the event were ASTM Committee F04 on Medical and Surgical Materials and Devices and ASTM Committee B10 on Reactive and Refractory Metals and Alloys. The symposium chairmen were Hugh A. Luckey, 3M Orthopedic Products, and Fred Kubli, Jr., RMI Company, both of whom also served as editors of this publication.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Kubli F., Luckey H.

    Summary
    Kubli F., Luckey H.

    Titanium Alloys for Biomaterial Application: An Overview
    Bannon B., Mild E.

    Processing and Mechanical Properties of Investment Cast Ti-6Al-4V ELI Alloy for Surgical Implants: A Progress Report
    Bednarz L., Smickley R.

    Hot Isostatic Pressed Powder Metal Titanium Implant Devices
    Chandhok V., Rizzo F.

    High-Integrity Titanium Alloy Shapes by Powder Metallurgy
    Eylon D., Froes F.

    Implantable Titanium Feedthrough Reliability
    Dixon D.

    A Method for Quantifying Stiffness Parameters of Titanium Alloy Femoral Stems and Cobalt-Chrome Alloy Prostheses
    Clarke I., Espiritu E., Rao S., Sarmiento A., Sew Hoy A.

    Comparison of Loading Behavior of Femoral Stems of Ti-6Al-4V and Cobalt-Chromium Alloys: A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis
    Clarke I., Gruen T., Sarmiento A., Tarr R.

    Influence of Heat Treatment on the Fatigue Lives of Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-4.5Al-5Mo-1.5Cr
    Fraker A., Gilmore C., Harris J., Imam M.

    Comparison of the Fatigue Strength of Femoral Prosthesis Stems Made of Forged Ti-Al-V and Cobalt-Base Alloys
    Panic B., Schoen R., Semlitsch M., Weber H.

    Wear of Ti-6A1-4V Implant Alloy and Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene Combinations
    Clarke I., McGuire P., McKellop H., Okuda R., Sarmiento A.

    Preliminary Clinical Analysis of Mechanical Performance of the STH Titanium Alloy Total Hip Replacement
    Latta L., Mnaymneh W., Zych G.

    Behavior of Commercially Pure Titanium and Ti-318 (Ti-6Al-4V) in Orthopedic Implants
    Dobbs H., Scales J.

    Investigation of Surfaces of Retrieved Endosseous Dental Implants of Commercially Pure Titanium
    Brunski J., Korostoff E., Moccia A., Pollack S., Trachtenberg D.

    Surface Preparation and Corrosion Behavior of Titanium Alloys for Surgical Implants
    Fraker A., Ruff A., Speck K., Sung P., Van Orden A.

    Analysis of a Titanium Alloy Total Hip Device
    Buchanan R., Compton R., Lemons J., Lucas L.

    Tensile Strength, Fatigue Life, and Corrosion Behavior of Ti-318 and Ti-550
    Dobbs H., Robertson J.

    Porous Titanium Alloy for Prosthesis Attachment
    Karagianes M., Sump K., Wheeler K.

    Cartilage and Bone Ingrowth into Porous Titanium Implants
    Mears D., Nelson D., Rubash H.

    Titanium Implants with Porous Structures for Bone Ingrowth: A General Approach
    De Meester P., Ducheyne P., Martens M., Mulier J.

    Index


    Committee: B10

    Paper ID: STP796-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP796-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4862-8

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-0241-5

    ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.

    0-8031-0241-0
    978-0-8031-0241-5
    STP796-EB