Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique

Biomaterials are synthetic materials used to replace part of a living organ or to function in intimate contact with living tissue. Titanium and Ti-6Al-4V alloy are among the most commonly used implant materials, because of the good corrosion resistance, excellent strength and ductility. Elements of...

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Main Author: Ali, Raheem Lafta
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spelling my-usm-ep.454822019-09-19T01:20:59Z Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique 2016-12 Ali, Raheem Lafta QC1-999 Physics Biomaterials are synthetic materials used to replace part of a living organ or to function in intimate contact with living tissue. Titanium and Ti-6Al-4V alloy are among the most commonly used implant materials, because of the good corrosion resistance, excellent strength and ductility. Elements of Ti-6Al-4V alloy cause allergic response and degeneration of muscle tissue. The subsequent release of these elements into the body system is fatal for the long term application of this alloy in the human body. Therefore, the aim of this study was to improve the structure properties and the biocompatibility of bioceramic coated Ti-6Al-4V by using radio frequency plasma technique RF. Annealing of the as-sputtered films was necessary to change the amorphous coating to a crystalline coating. 2016-12 Thesis http://eprints.usm.my/45482/ http://eprints.usm.my/45482/1/RAHEEM%20LAFTA%20ALI.pdf application/pdf en public phd doctoral Universiti Sains Malaysia Pusat Pengajian Sains Fizik
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Ali, Raheem Lafta
Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
description Biomaterials are synthetic materials used to replace part of a living organ or to function in intimate contact with living tissue. Titanium and Ti-6Al-4V alloy are among the most commonly used implant materials, because of the good corrosion resistance, excellent strength and ductility. Elements of Ti-6Al-4V alloy cause allergic response and degeneration of muscle tissue. The subsequent release of these elements into the body system is fatal for the long term application of this alloy in the human body. Therefore, the aim of this study was to improve the structure properties and the biocompatibility of bioceramic coated Ti-6Al-4V by using radio frequency plasma technique RF. Annealing of the as-sputtered films was necessary to change the amorphous coating to a crystalline coating.
format Thesis
qualification_name Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.)
qualification_level Doctorate
author Ali, Raheem Lafta
author_facet Ali, Raheem Lafta
author_sort Ali, Raheem Lafta
title Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
title_short Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
title_full Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
title_fullStr Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
title_full_unstemmed Ti-6a1-4V Alloy Coated With Bioceramics By Using Radiofrequency Plasma Sputtering Technique
title_sort ti-6a1-4v alloy coated with bioceramics by using radiofrequency plasma sputtering technique
granting_institution Universiti Sains Malaysia
granting_department Pusat Pengajian Sains Fizik
publishDate 2016
url http://eprints.usm.my/45482/1/RAHEEM%20LAFTA%20ALI.pdf
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