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On the Effect of Bone Microstructure in Dry Drilling Operations

Abstract : Drilling operations are frequently carried out to place screws for the fixation of implants or prosthetic parts during a surgical process. However, because of the bone temperature elevation during drilling, an osteonecrosis phenomenon can occur. Many experimental works have been devoted to the analysis of the influence of drilling conditions on the increase of bone temperature [1-3]. However, very few works have been focused on the relationship between the bone microstructure and the effect of cutting conditions on cutting temperature. Karaca et al [4] have measured the bone mineral density (BMD) of calf bone samples and they have showed that the drilling temperature increases with BMD. In the present work, we analyze the influence of the bone microstructure and cutting conditions (cutting speed and feed rate) on the bone temperature and cutting forces. A large range of drilling conditions is investigated.
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Anne-Sophie Bonnet, Gael Le Coz, Alexis Jacquillard, Abdelhadi Moufki. On the Effect of Bone Microstructure in Dry Drilling Operations. Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, Jul 2016, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-03284688⟩



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