STP Published: 2019

Fourth Symposium on Fatigue and Fracture of Metallic Medical Materials and Devices

Editor(s): M. R. Mitchell, Brian T. Berg, Terry O. Woods, Kenneth L. Jerina

Get the latest research from distinguished researchers and engineers in the field of shape memory alloys and other medical metallic alloys and devices.

Perfect for researchers and medical professionals, this collection provides 10 peer-reviewed papers covering fundamental mechanical response and fatigue methodologies applied for medical alloys and devices. Topics include:

– NiTi alloys
– generalized fatigue of medical devices
– fatigue-to-fracture methodology
– fatigue of CoCr alloys
– additive manufacturing

The papers in this publication were part of a symposium sponsored by ASTM International Committees E08 on Fatigue and Fracture and F04 Medical and Surgical Materials and Devices. A full understanding of the research presented here, along with standards development, are essential for determination of the in-situ lifetime assessment and durability of related alloys and devices.

Table of Contents

Alan Pelton, Sean Pelton, Tim Jörn, Jochen Ulmer, Dave Niedermaier, Katrazyna Plaskonka, William LePage, Payman Saffari, M. Mitchell

Sakya Tripathy, Ming Wu, Hengchu Cao

Brian Choules, Alexandra Lewis, Brandon Gulker, Justin Metcalf, Jace Kelley

Julius Bonini, Ho Leung, Krista Biggs, Kevin Knight, Ernesto Rios

Timothy Quinn, Jolene Splett, Joseph McColskey, James Dawson, David Smith, Adam Himes, Daniel Cooke

Wayne Falk

Matthias Frotscher, Martin Jackstien, Chris Conti, Elaine Strope, James Conti

Kenneth Perry, Julian Trowbridge

Venkateswaran Shanmugam, Tianwen Zhao, William Krams, Abhijeet Joshi, Hengchu Cao, Paul Schmidt

Paul Schmidt, William Krams, Hengchu Cao, Timothy Jenkins

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 92
DOI: 10.1520/STP1616-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7678-2
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7677-5