2016
DOI: 10.1007/s11999-016-4861-9
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Abstract: Background Fretting corrosion in medical alloys is a persistent problem, and the need for biomaterials that can effectively suppress mechanically assisted crevice corrosion in modular taper junctions or otherwise insulate metalon-metal interfaces in mechanically demanding environments is as yet unmet. Questions/purposes The purpose of this study is to characterize a novel material, self-reinforced composite polyetheretherketone (SRC-PEEK) and to evaluate its ability to inhibit fretting corrosion in a pin-on-di… Show more

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“…Previous studies of compliant interfaces have shown successful reductions in metal surface damage during simulated tribocorrosion conditions 20,22 . This study of long‐term fretting corrosion performance was done to determine the viability of such a design as it relates to modular taper junction applications over prolonged fretting conditions.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Previous studies of compliant interfaces have shown successful reductions in metal surface damage during simulated tribocorrosion conditions 20,22 . This study of long‐term fretting corrosion performance was done to determine the viability of such a design as it relates to modular taper junction applications over prolonged fretting conditions.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The calculated R ox and Q ox parameters for all groups after 1 million fretting cycles are plotted against one another using a 20,22 This study of long-term fretting corrosion performance was done to determine the viability of such a design as it relates to modular taper junction applications over prolonged fretting conditions. Increased interfacial compliance kept surfaces stable and locked in place, but surfaces were not without damage, although the damage was diminished with higher compliance interfaces.…”
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“…AM techniques with this type of material allow obtaining porous structures that reduce the elastic modulus, and parameters similar to the bone can be obtained. In this sense, the most widely used technologies for obtaining porous structure-based titanium are those based on sintering processes, such as electron beam melting or selective laser melting [93][94][95][96]. Recently, the introduction of nano-HAp as an additive of these alloys has been proposed to obtain potentially more bioactive structures than the usual titanium-based metal alloys.…”
Section: Biomaterials Used In Bone Tissue Regenerationmentioning
confidence: 99%