Physicists are creating conditions for sintering alloys


A team of TSU young scientists has begun in-vitro experiments to study the biocompatibility of new porous material based on titanium nickelide (TiNi) with human tissues. The physicists seek to develop a set of conditions under which it will be possible to create alloys based on TiNi with certain characteristics, for the manufacture of medical implants or devices operating in the Far North at low temperatures, and, conversely, with heat-resistant properties.

Earlier, the staff of the TSU Laboratory of Medical Alloys and Implants with Shape Memory developed a new method for producing alloys with special terraces for better adhesion - coupling with living tissues. Now, with the support of the Russian Science Foundation, they are developing conditions for producing porous samples based on titanium nickelide of various compositions and structures.

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