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    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

    The Production and Properties of Wrought High Carbon Co-Cr-Mo Alloys

    Amorphous Alloys Containing Cobalt for Orthopaedic Applications

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

    Influence of Post Processing on the Mechanical Properties of Investment Cast and Wrought Co-Cr-Mo Alloys

    Metallurgy, Microstructure, Chemistry and Mechanical Properties of a New Grade of Cobalt-Chromium Alloy Before and After Porous-Coating

    A Dispersion Strengthened Co-Cr-Mo Alloy for Medical Implants

    Process Metallurgy of Wrought CoCrMo Alloy

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

    Residual Abrasive Material from Surface Grinding of Metal-Metal Hip Implants: A Source of Third-Body Wear?

    Metal-on-Metal Wear Testing of Co-Cr Alloys

    Comparison of Two Cobalt-Based Alloys for Use in Metal-On-Metal Hip Prostheses: Evaluation of the Wear Properties in a Simulator

    Effect of Metallic Counterpart Selection on the Tribological Properties of UHMWPE

    An Overview of PVD Coating Development for Co-Based Alloys

    The Development of Surface Coatings for Co-Cr-Mo Alloys Based on Quaternary AlSiFeMn Intermetallic Compounds

    Metal-On-Metal Hip Replacements: Wear Performance and Cellular Response To Wear Particles

    Serum Protein Carriers of Chromium in Patients with Cobalt-Base Alloy Total Joint Replacement Components

    Committee: F04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1365-EB

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

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