3 edition of Medical applications of titanium and its alloys found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stanley A. Brown and Jack E. Lemons, editors.|
|Series||STP ;, 1272, ASTM special technical publication ;, 1272|
|Contributions||Brown, Stanley A., 1943-, Lemons, Jack E.|
|LC Classifications||R857.T57 M43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 421 p. :|
|Number of Pages||421|
|LC Control Number||96013656|
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Titanium in Medical and Dental Applications is an essential reference book for those involved in biomedical materials and advanced metals.
Written by well-known experts in the field, it covers a broad array of titanium uses, including implants, instruments, devices, the manufacturing processes used to create them, their properties, corrosion resistance and various Medical applications of titanium and its alloys book approaches.
Titanium in Medical and Dental Applications is an essential reference book for those involved in biomedical materials and advanced metals. Written by well-known experts in the field, it covers a broad array of titanium uses, including implants, instruments, devices, the manufacturing processes used to create them, their properties, corrosion.
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"Titanium in Medicine" is a comprehensive collation of 28 chapters written by international experts that cover much more than the title may book is divided into five parts: Introductory Survey, Metallurgy and Fabrication, Surface Engineering, Biological Performance and Medical Applications.
There then follows detailed discussion of the applications of titanium and its alloys in aerospace, medicine, energy and automotive technology. Reviews "Der Band kann sicher, wie im Vorwort erwahnt, auch fur Studenten eine interessante Lekture darstellen.
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Titanium Medical Specifications. Overview / S.A. Brown and J.E. Lemons --Titanium Alloys as Implant Materials / M.A. Imam and A.C. Fraker --Manufacturing Processes for Semi-Finished Titanium Biomedical Alloys / R.M. Davis and R.M. Forbes Jones --Taguchi Experiment on the Mechanical Properties of Sintered Titanium / R.R.
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Titanium is the newest metallic biomaterial. In both medical and dental ﬁelds, titanium and its alloys have demonstrated success as biomedical. Readers will learn about the various types of biomedical titanium alloys, their advantages and disadvantages, their fabrication methods and medical applications.
This book is a useful handbook for biomedical engineers, metallurgists and biotechnicians seeking information about titanium-based alloys for biomaterials research and by: 1. Titanium uses; Titanium uses; Titanium has been traditionally used as a lightweight, extremely strong and exceedingly corrosion-resistant material in aircraft, electric power plants, seawater desalination plants, and heat exchangers.
More recently, it has found increasing applications in consumer products, sporting goods and information technology (IT) equipment by making use of its aesthetic. Titanium alloys are alloys that contain a mixture of titanium and other chemical alloys have very high tensile strength and toughness (even at extreme temperatures).
They are light in weight, have extraordinary corrosion resistance and the ability to withstand extreme temperatures. However, the high cost of both raw materials and processing limit their use to military. Today’s generation promotes new titanium alloys, with nontoxic elements and long-term performance and without rejection of the human body.
This book chapter describes new original compositions of Ti-based alloys for medical applications, with improved properties compared to existing classical alloys (C.p.
Ti, Ti6Al4V, CoCrMo, etc.). The titanium 6AL-4V alloy accounts for almost 50% of all alloys used in aircraft applications. Due to its high corrosion resistance to sea water, titanium is used to make propeller shafts and rigging and in the heat exchangers of desalination plants; in heater-chillers for salt water aquariums, fishing line and leader, and for divers knives.
Overview / S.A. Brown and J.E. Lemons --Processing and ti-6av --Titanium alloys as implant materials / M.A. Imam and A.C. Fraker --Manufacturing Processes for Semi-Finished Titanium Biomedical Alloys / R.M.
Davis and R.M. Forbes Jones --Taguchi experiment on the mechanical properties of sintered titanium / R.R. Peterson and C.V. French. With its distinguished authors, Titanium alloys: Modelling of microstructure, properties and applications is a standard reference for industry and researchers concerned with titanium modelling, as well as users of titanium, titanium alloys and titanium aluminide in the aerospace, automotive, sports and medical.
The characterization of the physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of titanium and its alloys that are crucial for their medical applications; Research and development of surface modification techniques, including bio-functional coatings; An examination of the functional and in-vitro biological properties of titanium implants.
Titanium and its alloys have been used extensively in a wide variety of implant applications, such as artificial heart pumps, pacemaker cases, heart valve parts, and load-bearing bone or hip joint replacements or bone splints.
This article discusses the properties of titanium and its alloys and presents titanium-base biomaterials in a table.
The first key reference source of its kind to feature current information on biomedical applications for titanium and beta-titanium alloys. 30 comprehensive peer-reviewed papers from leading experts in the field have been divided into 7 major categories.
tion on current applications of titanium and its alloys, documenting why certain alloys are used in various applications as well as their limitations, is also addressed. Permeating the book are examples of how lowering the cost of titanium can lead to increased use.
I believe that this book will be of considerable value to. Among various biometals, titanium (Ti) and its alloys are one of the most widely used materials in the medical field as orthopedic and dental implants, and even vascular/nonvascular stents due to their excellent mechanical properties, chemical stability, and good biocompatibility.
Titanium & Titanium Alloy for Medical Applications Exploring the Features of Medical Implant Devices Titanium has many useful features including low specific gravity, half that of nickel, excellent corrosion resistance and strength, high biocompatibility, and non-magnetic properties useful for MRI application.
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Titanium-Based Alloys for Biomedical Applications Petrică Vizureanu and Mădălina Simona Bălțatu Materials Research Foundations Vol. 74 Publication DatePages Print ISBN (release date June, ) ePDF ISBN DOI: / Following introductory chapters on the fundamental materials properties of titanium, readers will find comprehensive descriptions of the development, processing and properties of modern titanium alloys.
There then follows detailed discussion of the applications of titanium and its alloys in aerospace, medicine, energy and automotive technology.
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Titanium and its alloy offer a good combination of properties, such as low density, high strength-to-weight ratio, good biocompatibility, and excellent corrosion resistance.
These excellent properties make Titanium and its alloys the favourite of many industries that ranges between, land, air and water applications.
In this book, Chapter One. Metallurgy of Titanium and its Alloys H. Bhadeshia Metallurgy. Titanium and its Alloys; Applications of Titanium; Hydrides; Oxygenation and Electro-deoxygenation of titanium; Slide presentations by Dr David Dye of Imperial College Lecture 1; Lecture 2; Lecture 3; Lecture 4; Titanium in transition (with permission, Materials World).
Bio-Medical Grade Titanium and its Alloys: Properties of Medical Grade Titanium： 1. high strength-to-weight radio（low density、high strength）； 2. high corrosion resistance（naturally form a layer protective oxide film on surface of Titanium and its alloys）； 3.
good biocompatibility（osseointegration）；. The corrosion resistance of Titanium in chlorine gas and chlorine containing solutions is the basis for a large amount of Titanium applications. Examples of Titanium fabrication most commonly used in chloro-alkali cells as anodes, cathodes, bleaching equipment for pulp and paper, Heat Exchangers, Piping, Pressure Vessels, and Pumps for the.
Specific alloys are used in oil and gas downhole applications and nickel hydrometallurgy for their high strength (e. g.: titanium beta C alloy), corrosion resistance, or both. The pulp and paper industry uses titanium in process equipment exposed to corrosive media, such as sodium hypochlorite or wet chlorine gas (in the bleachery).
Pronunciation: /tɪˈteɪniəm, taɪ-/ (ti-TAY-nee-əm, ty-).