Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/117698
Title: Metallographic Study and Corrosive Behavior of Titanium Alloys for their Use in Medical Applications
Authors: Guerra Yánez, Héctor
Florido Suárez, Néstor Rubén 
Voiculescu, Ionelia
Mirza Rosca, Julia Claudia 
UNESCO Clasification: 3314 Tecnología médica
331401 Órganos artificiales
Issue Date: 2022
Project: project number CABINFR2019-07
Conference: 8 th International Conference on Innovative Research (ICIR EUROINVENT 2022) 
Abstract: The study aims to characterize two alloys in order to evaluate if they can be used for medical applications, these alloys have the following compositions: A1 (93.2% Ti, 4% Fe, 2% Al, 0.8% V) and A2 (96,5% Ti, 3% Mn, 0.6% Al, 0.2% V). Information on the behavior of the samples was obtained, studying how the composition of the materials and the presence of iron or manganese has an effect on the corrosion resistance when submerging them in a Ringer Lactate solution after covering the samples in epoxy resin, polishing using carbide emery paper of progressive value of grith (800 to 2500) and a 0.1 alpha alumina suspension applied on a polishing cloth in order to obtain a mirror finish. The corrosion potential of the samples was analyzed in order to study how the phenomenon of corrosion occurs in each sample. In order to compare which one of the two materials posseses a better resistance to the effects of corrosion, studies of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy were performed for different values of potential. Images of the surfaces of the alloys after applying Kroll reactive were obtained through the use of a microscope in which 100 magnifications was applied in order to reveal the structure of the surface.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/117698
ISSN: 2601-4599
Source: 8 th International Conference on Innovative Research (ICIR EUROINVENT 2022), p. 86
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