Friction and Wear Performance of Biomaterials Alloy AISI 316L and Ti-6Al-7Nb
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We became interested in this work to study the tribological behavior of two total hip replacements steel AISI 316L and titanium alloy Ti-6Al-7Nb tests performed in this work are essays with reciprocating movement. The tribological properties of wear by sliding (reciprocating) for the different samples were evaluated in the air on a tribometer with a tribotester software software following standards: ISO 7148, ASTM G99-95a, ASTM G 133-95, with a relative humidity of 33-38% at a temperature 24 to 27°C and a non-lubricated state. The ball 100C6 steel of 10 mm diameter, 835 HV hardness and Young’s modulus 310 GPa was chosen as the antagonist to prevent further chemical reactions. Three different speeds (1, 6 and 15 mms-1) and four normal forces (2, 4, 6 and 10 N) were applied, which allowed us to test twelve different conditions. The values of the friction coefficient obtained in this work are confirmed by the bibliographical results and meet the standards imposed by biomedical particularly at the joint surface state of hip prostheses.
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