The shear strength of Ti–HA composite coatings for intraosseous implants
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Plasma spraying of composite coatings is developed and investigated. Three-dimensional capillary porous titanium (3DCP Ti) coatings with a thickness of 1 mm are sprayed using a wire. Hydroxyapatite (HA) coatings with a thickness of 0.08–0.35 mm are sprayed on 3DCP Ti coatings at a temperature of 300–550°C. The joint between the coating and plastic is analyzed at shear. The plastic simulates bone tissue that grows into the coating surface. The heating of the 3DCP Ti coating to 550°С when the HA coating is being sprayed increases the shear strength of the coating with respect to the plastic to 9.8 MPa. Modeling approximations are proposed for the shear of the joint between the coating and the plastic.
Keywordsimplants plasma spraying composite coatings three-dimensional capillary porous titanium hydroxyapatite shear strength plastic model
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