Browsing by Author "Alshammari, Yousef Namlan"

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  • Antibacterial Ti-Mn-Cu alloys for biomedical applications

    Alqattan, Mohammad; Peters, Linda M.; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei; Bolzoni, Leandro (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2020)
    Titanium alloys are common biomedical materials due to their biocompatibility and mechanical performance. However, titanium alloys are expensive and, unless surface treated, generally cannot prevent surgical infections ...
  • Biomedical Ti-Cu-Mn alloys with antibacterial capability

    Alqattan, M.; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei; Peters, Linda M.; Bolzoni, Leandro (Elsevier, 2021)
    This study aims to develop Ti–Cu–Mn alloys with antibacterial capability for reducing the possibility of bacterial infection during biomedical implant surgeries. Ternary alloys were designed to be manufactured via powder ...
  • New ternary powder metallurgy Ti alloys via eutectoid and isomorphous beta stabilisers additions

    Paul, Manpreet; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei; Bolzoni, Leandro (Nature Research, 2023-01-20)
    A group of new ternary Ti alloys bearing eutectoid and isomorphous beta stabilising elements was created to be manufactured through the conventional powder metallurgy route. The effect of the simultaneous addition of the ...
  • Production and characterization of titanium based alloys with potential for antifouling and biofouling

    Alshammari, Yousef Namlan (University of Waikato, 2017)
    Biofouling is the settlement and accumulation of microorganisms on the surface of a material submerged in sea water, and most of the time is an unwanted phenomenon and constitutes a financial burden. Titanium is a lightweight ...
  • Ternary Ti alloys functionalised with antibacterial activity

    Bolzoni, Leandro; Alqattan, M.; Peters, Linda M.; Alshammari, Yousef Namlan; Yang, Fei (2020)
    Prosthesis bacterial infection occurring during surgery is a rising health issue. Pathogenic bacterial infection causes inflammation, interferes with the healing process, inhibits osteogenesis and, eventually, leads to ...