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Fatigue life prediction of commercially pure titanium after nitrogen ion implantation

Ali, Nurdin and Mustapa, M. S. and Ghazali, M. I. and Sujitno, T. and Ridha, M. (2013) Fatigue life prediction of commercially pure titanium after nitrogen ion implantation. International Journal of Automotive and Mechanical Engineering (IJAME), 7. pp. 1005-1013. ISSN 2180-1606

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Abstract

Prediction of fatigue life has become an interesting issue in biomaterial engineering and design for reliability and quality purposes, particularly for biometallic material with modified surfaces. Commercially pure titanium (Cp-Ti) implanted with nitrogen ions is a potential metallic biomaterial of the future. The effect of nitrogen ion implantation on fatigue behavior of Cp-Ti was investigated by means of axial loading conditions. The as-received and nitrogen-ion implanted specimens with the energy of 100 keV and dose of 2 × 1017 ions cm-2, were used to determine the fatigue properties and to predict the life cycle of the specimens. The effect of nitrogen ion implantation indicated revealed improved the tensile strength due to the formation of nitride phases, TiN and Ti2N. The fatigue strength of Cp-Ti and Nii-Ti was 250 and 260 MPa, respectively. The analytical results show good agreement with experimental results.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cp-Ti; fatigue; fatigue life; biomaterial; ion implantation
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) > TA401-492 Materials of engineering and construction. Mechanics of materials
Divisions: Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering > Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology
Depositing User: Mr. Mohammad Shaifulrip Ithnin
Date Deposited: 13 Aug 2018 03:36
Last Modified: 13 Aug 2018 03:36
URI: http://eprints.uthm.edu.my/id/eprint/8958
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