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An experimental investigation of lubricant film formation in artificial hip joints

Originální název

An experimental investigation of lubricant film formation in artificial hip joints

Anglický název

An experimental investigation of lubricant film formation in artificial hip joints

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Durability of artificial hip joints is one of the most challenging task in the area of biotribology. As the number of surgeries still increases, it is necessary to better understand lubrication performance of replacements to avoid wear of rubbing surfaces eventually leading to implant failure. Although several studies provided satisfactory analysis about the wear, little is known about the lubrication mechanisms inside the contact. Therefore the motivation of our study is to better understand synovial fluid lubrication mechanisms in hip joint replacements.

Anglický abstrakt

Durability of artificial hip joints is one of the most challenging task in the area of biotribology. As the number of surgeries still increases, it is necessary to better understand lubrication performance of replacements to avoid wear of rubbing surfaces eventually leading to implant failure. Although several studies provided satisfactory analysis about the wear, little is known about the lubrication mechanisms inside the contact. Therefore the motivation of our study is to better understand synovial fluid lubrication mechanisms in hip joint replacements.

BibTex


@misc{BUT118050,
  author="David {Nečas} and Martin {Vrbka} and Filip {Urban} and Ivan {Křupka} and Martin {Hartl}",
  title="An experimental investigation of lubricant film formation in artificial hip joints",
  annote="Durability of artificial hip joints is one of the most challenging task in the area of biotribology. As the number of surgeries still increases, it is necessary to better understand lubrication performance of replacements to avoid wear of rubbing surfaces eventually leading to implant failure. Although several studies provided satisfactory analysis about the wear, little is known about the lubrication mechanisms inside the contact. Therefore the motivation of our study is to better understand synovial fluid lubrication mechanisms in hip joint replacements.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of The 8th International Biotribology Forum and The 36th Biotribology Symposium",
  chapter="118050",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="73--74",
  type="abstract"
}