• Materials Science
  • Published 2012

CRYOGENIC BURNISHING OF Co-Cr-Mo BIOMEDICAL ALLOY FOR ENHANCED SURFACE INTEGRITY AND IMPROVED WEAR PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{Yang2012CRYOGENICBO,
  title={CRYOGENIC BURNISHING OF Co-Cr-Mo BIOMEDICAL ALLOY FOR ENHANCED SURFACE INTEGRITY AND IMPROVED WEAR PERFORMANCE},
  author={Shu Yang},
  year={2012}
}
OF DISSERTATION CRYOGENIC BURNISHING OF Co-Cr-Mo BIOMEDICAL ALLOY FOR ENHANCED SURFACE INTEGRITY AND IMPROVED WEAR PERFORMANCE The functional performance of joint implants is largely determined by the surface layer properties in contact. Wear/debris-induced osteolysis and aseptic loosening has been identified as the major cause of failure of metal-on-metal joint implants. A crucial requirement for the long-term stability of the artificial joint is to minimize the release of debris particles… CONTINUE READING

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