Skip to main content
Article thumbnail
Location of Repository

The tribology of hard bearing surfaces for use in hip prostheses.

By Susan Claire Scholes
Topics: Biomedical engineering Biochemical engineering
Year: 1999
OAI identifier:
Provided by: Durham e-Theses

Suggested articles


  1. (1992). 10 year to 14 year results of a ceramic hip prosthesis. doi
  2. (1996). 20-year results of McKee-Farrar versus Charnley prosthesis. doi
  3. (1900). A comparison of RCH 1000 and Hi-Fax doi
  4. (1990). A finger function simulator. doi
  5. (1999). A multi-station hip joint simulator study of the performance of 22 mm diameter zirconia - ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene total replacement hip joints. doi
  6. (1903). A new oil testing machine and some of its results.
  7. (1988). A rat model of resorption of bone at the cement-bone interface in the presence of polyethylene wear particles. I Bone Jt Surg.,
  8. (1972). A Simple theory of asperity contact in elastohydrodynamic lubrication. doi
  9. A study of the role of synovial fluid and its constituents in the friction and lubrication of human hip joints. doi
  10. (1992). A tribological study of retrieved hip prostheses. doi
  11. (1994). Alumina-alumina hip replacement in patients younger than 50 years old. doi
  12. (1990). Alumina-onalumina hip replacement: results and survivorship in young patients.
  13. (1978). An experimental study of the friction and lubrication in hip prostheses. doi
  14. (1975). An overall view of synovial joint lubrication.
  15. (1982). Annual Book of ASTM standards, doi
  16. Are synovial joints squeeze-film lubricated? doi
  17. (1997). Biological reaction to debris in relation to joint prostheses. doi
  18. (1925). Boundary lubrication - plane surface and the limitations of Amonton's law. doi
  19. (1922). Boundary lubrication - the paraffin series. doi
  20. (1992). Charnley low-friction arthroplasty in the young patient. doi
  21. (1993). Charnley low-friction arthroplasty of the hip -long term results. doi
  22. (1998). Charnley total hip arthroplasty in patients less than fifty years doi
  23. (1970). Cleavage of Structural Proteins during the Assembly of the Head of Bacteriophage T4. Nature, doi
  24. (1996). Cobalt chromium molybdenum metal combination for modular hip prostheses. doi
  25. (1993). CoCrMoC metal/metal articulation as a solution to the problem of wear of hip joint replacements.
  26. (1973). Comparison of the bearing performance of normal and artificial human joints. I Lubrication. doi
  27. (1994). Composition and morphology of wear debris in failed uncemented total hip
  28. (1953). Contact and rubbing of flat surfaces. doi
  29. (1999). Current concepts review: wear in total hip and knee replacements.
  30. Discrepancy between penetration depths derived from radiographic and direct measurement of acetabular components. doi
  31. (1996). Effect of diameter on the wear of metal on metal hips. doi
  32. (1990). Effect of femoral head size on wear of the polyethylene acetabular component. doi
  33. (1978). Elastohydrodynamic lubrication in human hip joints. doi
  34. Electric contacts. 1946, Almqvist and Wiksells,
  35. (1969). Experiments on friction in the human hip joint. Lubrication and Wear in Joints,
  36. (1981). Fiction - the present state of our understanding. doi
  37. (1998). Fluid pressure may cause periprosthetic osteolysis. doi
  38. (1993). Fracture and loosening of Charnley femoral stems.
  39. (1976). Friction and lubrication of artificial hip joints. doi
  40. (1965). Friction and wear of materials. doi
  41. (1972). Friction and wear. In: Polymer science, doi
  42. (1997). Friction in explanted prostheses. doi
  43. (1971). Friction of internal artificial joints. doi
  44. (1976). Friction of lubricated soft surface layers. doi
  45. (1994). Frictional characterisation of explanted Charnley hip prostheses. doi
  46. (1988). Frictional properties of artificial hip joints. doi
  47. (1984). Functional behaviour of orthopaedic biomaterials. Volume II: Applications (Eds
  48. (1994). Fundamentals of fluid film lubrication.. doi
  49. (1993). Improved tribology and materials for a new generation of hip prosthesis.
  50. (1979). In vivo records of hip loads using a femoral implant with telemetric output (a preliminary report). doi
  51. (1996). In vivo wear of 3 types of metal on metal hip prostheses during 2 decades of use. doi
  52. (1993). In vivo wear of polyethylene acetabular components.
  53. (1997). Inhibition of wear debris mediated osteolysis in a canine total hip arthroplasty model. doi
  54. (1995). Isolation and characterisation of wear particles generated in patients who have had failure of a hip arthroplasty without cement.
  55. (1997). Kinematics of the MATCO hip simulator and issues related to the wear testing of metal-metal implants. doi
  56. (1985). Laboratory wear tests and clinical observations of the penetration of femoral heads into acetabular cups in total replacement hip joints. I. Charnley prostheses with polytetraflouroethylene acetabular cups. doi
  57. (1996). Long-duration metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasties with low wear of the articulating surfaces. doi
  58. (1994). Long-term results of uncemented alumina acetabular implants. I Bone Jt Surg.
  59. (1972). Loosening of the cemented acetabular cup in total hip replacement.
  60. (1998). Low wear and friction in alumina/alumina total hip joints. doi
  61. (1991). Low wear rate of UHMWPE against zirconia ceramic (Y-PSZ) in comparison to alumina ceramic and SUS 316L alloy. doi
  62. Lubricant films in rolling contact of rough surfaces. doi
  63. Lubrication in synovial joints: a theoretical analysis.
  64. (1990). Material-specific wear mechanisms: relevance to wear modelling. doi
  65. Measurement of the hip joint motion during walking.
  66. (1995). Measurement of wear in retrieved acetabular components. doi
  67. Mechanisms of boundary lubrication. doi
  68. (1996). Mechanistic and morphological origins of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene wear debris in total joint replacement prostheses. doi
  69. (1996). Metal on metal bearings in hip arthroplasty. doi
  70. (1996). Metal versus polyethylene wear particles in total hip replacements. doi
  71. (1995). Metals and materials: science, processes, applications. doi
  72. Mixed lubrication - an overview. doi
  73. (1982). Modes of lubrication in human hip joints. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. doi
  74. Modes of lubrication in human joints. doi
  75. (1952). On the empirical law of adhesive wear. doi
  76. (1992). On the material and the tribology of alumina-alumina couplings for hip joint prostheses. doi
  77. On the theory of lubrication and its application to Mr. Beauchamp Tower's experiments, including an experimental determination of viscosity of olive oil. doi
  78. (1988). Orthopedic Clinics of North America, doi
  79. (1998). Osteolysis in association with a total hip arthroplasty with ceramic bearing surfaces. J. Bone Jt Surg.
  80. (1995). Pendulum and simulator for studies of friction in hip joints.
  81. (1992). Periprosthetic bone loss in total hip arthroplasty. .1. Bone Jt Surg.,
  82. (1996). Periprosthetic bone resorption: particles versus movement.
  83. (1991). Phenomena related to adhesive and oxidation abrasive wear and friction of metal orthopaedic implant bearing surfaces.
  84. (1997). Polyethylene particles of a "critical size" are necessary for the induction of cytokines by macrophages in vitro. Presented at the Spring Meeting of the British Orthopaedic Research Society,
  85. Polyethylene wear in metal-backed acetabular cups.
  86. (1993). Polyethylene wear in total hip arthroplasty in patient-matched groups. doi
  87. (1994). Polyethylene wear in uncemented acetabular components.
  88. (1967). Properties of synovial fluid.
  89. (1992). Quality of the surface finish of the head of the femoral component and the wear rate of the socket in long-term results of the Charnley low-friction arthroplasty. doi
  90. (1999). Quantitative analysis of the wear debris from low and high carbon content cobalt chrome alloys used in metal on metal total hip replacements.
  91. (1977). Reactions of the articular capsule to wear products of artificial joint prostheses. doi
  92. (1993). Simulator testing of joint prostheses: the need for realistic simulator testing.
  93. (1992). Size of metallic and polyethylene debris particles in failed cemented total hip replacements.
  94. (1987). Soft layer lubrication of artificial hip joints. doi
  95. (1981). Some evidence of squeezefilm lubrication in hip prostheses.
  96. (1975). Some new evidence on human joint lubrication. doi
  97. (1975). Stiction-friction" of total hip prostheses and its relationship to loosening.
  98. (1996). Surface geometry of retrieved McKee-Farrar total hip replacements. doi
  99. Technical progress in artificial hip joints. doi
  100. The association between rates of wear in retrieved acetabular components and the radius of the femoral head. doi
  101. (1996). The contribution of frictional torque to loosening at the cement-bone interface in Thanes hip replacements.
  102. (1997). The effect of diametral clearance on wear between head and cup for metal on metal articulations.
  103. (1997). The effect of radial mismatch on the wear of metal on metal hip prostheses: A hip simulator study.
  104. (1998). The effect of rotation on the wear of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE). Final year project for MEng,
  105. (1993). The effect of transfer film and surface roughness on the wear of lubricated ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene. doi
  106. (1978). The effects of lubrication in hip joint prostheses. doi
  107. The effects of modern cementing techniques on the longevity of total hip arthropasty.
  108. (1998). The estimation of acetabular cup wear volume from twodimensional measurements: a comprehensive analysis. doi
  109. The frictional behaviour of explanted PCA hip prostheses. doi
  110. (1975). The frictional behaviour of human synovial joints - part I: Natural joints. doi
  111. (1959). The lubrication of animal joints. IMechE
  112. (1998). The multifactorial nature of polyethylene wear in vivo. .1. Bone Jt Surg.
  113. The optimum size of prosthetic heads in relation to the wear of plastic sockets in total replacement of the hip. doi
  114. (1995). The origin of submicron polyethylene wear debris in total hip arthroplasty.
  115. (1996). The reason for failures of hip prostheses.
  116. (1978). The rheology of synovial fluid and some potential synthetic lubricants for degenerate synovial joints. doi
  117. (1997). The size and shape of particulate polyethylene wear debris in total joint replacements. doi
  118. (1920). The theory and practice of lubrication: the germ process. I Soc. of Chem. Ind.,
  119. (1972). The theory of partial elastohydrodynamic contacts. doi
  120. (1971). The tribology (friction, lubrication and wear) of allmetal artificial hip joints. doi
  121. (1996). The wear of cross-linked polyethylene against itself. doi
  122. (1993). Thin films in tribology. doi
  123. (1996). Tribological and mechanical properties of compliant bearings total joint replacements.
  124. Tribological performance of the PCA total hip replacement.
  125. (1992). Tribology - friction and wear of engineering materials. doi
  126. (1991). Tribology of human and artificial joints. doi
  127. (1989). Wear analysis of retrieved alumina heads and sockets of hip prostheses. doi
  128. (1993). Wear and friction properties of prosthetic joint materials evaluated on a reciprocating pin-on-flat apparatus. doi
  129. (1996). Wear in retrieved Charnley acetabular sockets. doi
  130. (1981). Wear of artificial joint materials ll twelve-channel wear-screening device: correlation of experimental and clinical results. doi
  131. (1996). Wear of polyethylene cups in total hip arthroplasty.
  132. (1981). Wear of polymers: an essay on fundamental aspects. Tribology International, doi
  133. (1997). Wear of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene acetabular cups in a physiological hip joint simulator in the anatomical position using bovine serum as a lubricant. doi

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.