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Nanostructured Ti-based multi-component alloys with potential for biomedical applications

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12599 803 2003 6 PDF Available
Title
Nanostructured Ti-based multi-component alloys with potential for biomedical applications
Abstract

A group of Ti60Cu14Ni12Sn4M10 (M=Nb, Ta, Mo) alloys was prepared using arc melting and copper mold casting. The as-prepared alloys have a composite microstructure containing a micrometer-sized dendritic β-Ti(M) phase dispersed in a nanocrystalline matrix. These new alloys exhibit a low Young's modulus in the range of 59–103 GPa, and a high yield strength of 1037–1755 MPa, together with large plastic strains. The combination of high strength and low elastic modulus offers potential advantages in biomedical applications.

Keywords
Ti-Cu-Ni-Sn-Nb(Ta,Mo) alloy; Biomedical materials; Nanostructure; Composite; Mechanical property; Yield strength; Elastic modulus
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biomaterials - Volume 24, Issue 28, December 2003, Pages 5115–5120
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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