Biocompatible Ti, Nb and Mo alloy was fabricated in search of a novel biomaterial for bone regeneration. A series of Ti-based alloys were prepared from elemental powders via powder metallurgy technique. The effects of ball milling variables and the agglomerated particles on mechanical properties of the bulk and porous structures were investigated.
Field of Research
Socio Economic Objective
970109 Expanding Knowledge in Engineering
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xvii, 158 pages : illustrations, graphs, tables, some coloured
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