Estimation of appropriate lubricating film thickness in ceramic-on-ceramic hip prostheses

M. Tauviqirrahman, M. Muchammad, A. P. Bayuseno, R. Ismail, E. Saputra, J. Jamari

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Artificial hip prostheses, consisting of femoral head and acetabular cup are widely used and have affected the lives of many people.However, the primary issue associated with the long term performance of hip prostheses is loosening induced by excessive wear during daily activity. Therefore, an effective lubrication is necessary to significantly decrease the wear. To help understand the lubricating performance of such typical hip joint prostheses, in the present paper a hydrodynamic lubrication model based on Reynolds equationwas introduced. The material pairs of ceramic acetabular cup against ceramic femoral head was investegated.The main aim of this study is to investigate of the effect of loading on the formation of lubricating film thickness.The model of a ball-in-socket configuration was considered assuming that the cup was stationary while the ball was to rotate at a steady angular velocityvarying loads.Based on simulation result, it was found that to promote fluid film lubrication and prevent the contacting components leading to wear, the film thickness of lubricant should be determined carefully based on the load applied. This finding may have useful implication in predicting the failure of lubricating synovial fluid film and wear generation in hip prostheses.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015
EditorsRisa Suryana, Khairurrijal, Heru Susanto, Markusdiantoro, Sutikno, Kuwat Triyana
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
ISBN (Electronic)9780735413726
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Apr 2016
Event3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015 - Semarang, Indonesia
Duration: 6 Oct 20157 Oct 2015
Conference number: 3

Publication series

NameAIP Conference Proceedings
Volume1725
ISSN (Print)0094-243X
ISSN (Electronic)1551-7616

Conference

Conference3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015
Abbreviated titleICAMST
CountryIndonesia
CitySemarang
Period6/10/157/10/15

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Tauviqirrahman, M., Muchammad, M., Bayuseno, A. P., Ismail, R., Saputra, E., & Jamari, J. (2016). Estimation of appropriate lubricating film thickness in ceramic-on-ceramic hip prostheses. In R. Suryana, Khairurrijal, H. Susanto, Markusdiantoro, Sutikno, & K. Triyana (Eds.), 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015 [020090] (AIP Conference Proceedings; Vol. 1725). American Institute of Physics. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4945544
Tauviqirrahman, M. ; Muchammad, M. ; Bayuseno, A. P. ; Ismail, R. ; Saputra, E. ; Jamari, J. / Estimation of appropriate lubricating film thickness in ceramic-on-ceramic hip prostheses. 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015. editor / Risa Suryana ; Khairurrijal ; Heru Susanto ; Markusdiantoro ; Sutikno ; Kuwat Triyana. American Institute of Physics, 2016. (AIP Conference Proceedings).
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Tauviqirrahman, M, Muchammad, M, Bayuseno, AP, Ismail, R, Saputra, E & Jamari, J 2016, Estimation of appropriate lubricating film thickness in ceramic-on-ceramic hip prostheses. in R Suryana, Khairurrijal, H Susanto, Markusdiantoro, Sutikno & K Triyana (eds), 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015., 020090, AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 1725, American Institute of Physics, 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015, Semarang, Indonesia, 6/10/15. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4945544

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3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015. ed. / Risa Suryana; Khairurrijal; Heru Susanto; Markusdiantoro; Sutikno; Kuwat Triyana. American Institute of Physics, 2016. 020090 (AIP Conference Proceedings; Vol. 1725).

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Tauviqirrahman M, Muchammad M, Bayuseno AP, Ismail R, Saputra E, Jamari J. Estimation of appropriate lubricating film thickness in ceramic-on-ceramic hip prostheses. In Suryana R, Khairurrijal, Susanto H, Markusdiantoro, Sutikno, Triyana K, editors, 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Technology, ICAMST 2015. American Institute of Physics. 2016. 020090. (AIP Conference Proceedings). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4945544