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Title: Dynamic computational wear model of PEEK-on-XLPE bearing couple in total hip replacements
Authors: Alpkaya, Alican Tuncay
Mihçin, Şenay
Keywords: Archard wear law
Finite element modeling
PEEK-on-XLPE
Total hip replacement
Wear predict model
Chromium alloys
Issue Date: Jul-2023
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Understanding wear mechanisms is a key factor to prevent primary failures causing revision surgery in total hip replacement (THR) applications. This study introduces a wear prediction model of (Polyetheretherketone) PEEK-on-XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) bearing couple utilized to investigate the wear mechanism under 3D-gait cycle loading over 5 million cycles (Mc). A 32-mm PEEK femoral head and 4-mm thick XLPE bearing liner with a 3-mm PEEK shell are modeled in a 3D explicit finite element modeling (FEM) program. The volumetric and linear wear rates of XLPE liner per every million cycles were predicted as 1.965 mm3/Mc, and 0.0032 mm/Mc respectively. These results are consistent with the literature. PEEK-on-XLPE bearing couple exhibits a promising wear performance used in THR application. The wear pattern evolution of the model is similar to that of conventional polyethylene liners. Therefore, PEEK could be proposed as an alternative material to the CoCr head, especially used in XLPE-bearing couples. The wear prediction model could be utilized to improve the design parameters with the aim of prolonging the life span of hip implants. © 2023
URI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.medengphy.2023.104006
https://hdl.handle.net/11147/13681
ISSN: 1350-4533
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