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  • Influence of different CoCrMo counterfaces on wear in UHMWPE for artificial joints 

    González-Mora, V. A.; Hoffmann, Michael; Stroosnijder, R.; Espinar, Eduardo; Llamas, José María; Fernández-Fairén, Mariano; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier (Springer, 2011)
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    Wear tests were carried out to study the effect of various counterface materials in the wear behaviour of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE). The materials used as counterfaces were based on varieties of ...
  • Maximizing maximal angles for plane straight-line graphs 

    Aichholzer, Oswin; Hackl, Thomas; Hoffmann, Michael; Huemer, Clemens; Pór, Attila; Santos, Francisco; Speckmann, Bettina; Vogtenhuber, Birgit (2013-01)
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    Let G=(S,E) be a plane straight-line graph on a finite point set S⊂R2 in general position. The incident angles of a point p∈S in G are the angles between any two edges of G that appear consecutively in the circular order ...
  • The role of hardness and roughness on the wear of different CoCrMo counterfaces on UHMWPE for artificial joints 

    González-Mora, V. A.; Hoffmann, Michael; Stroosnijder, R.; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier (Springer, 2011)
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    Wear tests were carried out to study the effect of the hardness and roughness with various counterface materials on UHMWPE wear behaviour. The materials used as counterfaces were based on varieties of CoCrMo: 1) forged ...
  • Uni and multidirectional wear resistance of different crosslinking degrees in UHMWPE for artificial joints 

    González-Mora, V. A.; Hoffmann, Michael; Stroosnijder, R.; Espinar, Eduardo; Llamas, L. M.; Fernández-Fairén, Mariano; Gil Mur, Francisco Javier (Springer, 2011)
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    The aim of this work was to study the effect of UHMWPE crosslinking on wear performance. Differently treated UHMWPEs were studied by means of unidirectional and multidirectional wear tests. Unidirectional tests simulate ...