Machining cancellous bone prior to prosthetic implantation

Jackson, M. J. and Whitfield, M. and Robinson, G. M. and Handy, R. and Ahmed, W. (2016) Machining cancellous bone prior to prosthetic implantation. In: Surgical tools and medical devices [2nd ed.]. Springer International Publishing, pp. 439-474. ISBN 9783319334899, 9783319334875

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The chapter describes the machining of compact and cancellous bone using a micromachining tool with a specially adapted spindle and the associated mechanics of chip formation. The chapter focuses on the design of the high-speed spindle, the structure of cancellous and compact bone, the theory of machining, chip curl modeling, the development of a biomachining center, and associated experimental results. The chapter concludes by stating that high-speed machining of compact and cancellous bone to prevent necrosis of the bone is possible. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2007, 2016.

Keywords:Nanotechnology, Materials technology
Subjects:F Physical Sciences > F200 Materials Science
J Technologies > J510 Materials Technology
Divisions:College of Science > School of Mathematics and Physics
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