Material Science & Engineering

V květnu roku 2014 vyšel článek v recenzovaném časopise (IF 13,902) Material Science & Engineering pod názvem "Nanostructured titanium-based materials for medical implants:
Modeling and development
" řešitelského týmu projektu EU s akronymem VINAT. Jedná se o poslední společnou práci, která v tomto konsorciu vznikla. Jsou zde poprvé uvedeny informace o implantátu Nanoimplant průměru 2,0 mm.

 

Obsah článku:

1.
Introduction
2.
Titanium as a material of choice for medical implants 
3.
Nanostructuring of titanium and Ti alloys: concept and technologies 
3.1.
Nanostructuring of titanium and Ti alloys
3.2.
Severe plastic deformation: processing routes and microstructure evolution. Multiscale computational modeling
3.3.
Novel thermomechanical ECAP processing route for fabrication of nano-Ti with very homogeneous structure and superior properties 5
3.4.
Thermomechanical treatment of UFG Ti-Ni alloys3.5. Comparison of cold sintering and ECAP processing routes of nanostructuring Ti-based materials 
Superior mechanical properties of UFG titanium-based materials: computational modeling 

4.1.
Specific mechanisms of deformation and strength of nanostructured Ti-based materials

4.2.
Atomistic modeling of structure evolution, deformation and properties of ultrafine grained titanium

4.3.
Micromechanics of ultrafine grained and nanocrystalline titanium and alloys
4.3.1.
Composite model of nanocrystalline materials and non-equilibrium grain boundaries

4.3.2.

Crystal plasticity model of UFG Ti

4.3.3.
Grain boundary sliding: analytical modeling
4.4.
Phase transitions in nanostructured nitinol

4.4.1.
Martensite lattice parameters and recovery strain in UFG Ti-Ni and Ti-Nb-based alloys: phase transformation theory analysis

4.4.2.
Thermomechanical modeling of martensitic transformation in nanostructured and UFG nitinol: effect of grain sizes and their distributions

5.
Biocompatibility and coatings for nanometal based implants
5.1.

Biocompatibility of nanocrystalline Ti-based metals.

5.1.

Biocompatibility and corrosion behavior of Ti-based nanomaterials

5.1.2.
Molecular dynamics modeling of dissolution and ion diffusion from the surface and GBs of Ti-Ni into body fluid

5.1.3.
Experimental study of corrosion and ion release of nanostructured NiTi in physiological solution
5.2.
Bioactive coatings and their effect on the mechanism of deformation

5.2.1.
Role of bioactive coatings in Ti-based implants

5.2.2.
Deformation and strength of bioactive coatings

5.2.3.
Multilevel modeling of strength and failure of nanostructured bioactive coatings on Ti-based biomaterials
5.3.
Wear resistant TiN based PIRAC coatings on nanostructured Ti-based alloys

6.
Potential for application: nanotitanium based implants with small radius

7.
Summary and conclusions
Acknowledgements
References

 

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