Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples

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BISKUP, Christian ;HÖVER, Manuel ;VERSEMANN, Ralf ;BACH, Friedrich Wilhelm;KRÖMER, Stefam ;KIRSCH, Ludger ;ANDREAE, Arnim ;PUDE, Frank ;SCHMOLKE, Stephan .
Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples. 
Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering, [S.l.], v. 52, n.7-8, p. 451-457, august 2017. 
ISSN 0039-2480.
Available at: <https://www.sv-jme.eu/article/heat-generation-during-abrasive-water-jet-osteotomies-measured-by-thermocouples/>. Date accessed: 11 apr. 2021. 
doi:http://dx.doi.org/.
Biskup, C., Höver, M., Versemann, R., Bach, F., Krömer, S., Kirsch, L., Andreae, A., Pude, F., & Schmolke, S.
(2006).
Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples.
Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 52(7-8), 451-457.
doi:http://dx.doi.org/
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2006 August 52. Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples. Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering. [Online] 52:7-8
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Biskup, Christian, Manuel  Höver, Ralf  Versemann, Friedrich Wilhelm Bach, Stefam  Krömer, Ludger  Kirsch, Arnim  Andreae, Frank  Pude, & Stephan  Schmolke.
"Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples." Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering [Online], 52.7-8 (2006): 451-457. Web.  11 Apr. 2021
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N2  - Water-jet technology is known in industry as a cold-cutting process because no significant thermal effects are observed at the cutting edges of, e.g., metallic workpieces. Thus, water jets are mostly used for applications where no structural changes are allowed. For medical applications the critical temperature is much lower than for industrial use, because bones react very sensitively to heat. The damage to the tissue depends on the temperature and the time of exposure. The tissue is irreversibly destroyed after a period of approximately 10 seconds at 57°C. To avoid this effect, which causes the so-called necrosis formation, and which results in poor bone healing, heat management is required for water-jet osteotomies. The first step is made in this paper. The heat generation during abrasive water-jet osteotomies was measured by thermocouples that were inserted into the cortical hollow bone segments of cattle. The influence of parameters like pressure, traverse rate, abrasive flow rate and abrasive material are shown in this paper together with the influence of the location of thermocouples, which represents an increment of the bone tissue.
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Biskup, Christian, Höver, Manuel, Versemann, Ralf, Bach, Friedrich, Krömer, Stefam, Kirsch, Ludger, Andreae, Arnim, Pude, Frank, AND Schmolke, Stephan.
"Heat Generation During Abrasive Water-Jet Osteotomies Measured by Thermocouples" Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering [Online], Volume 52 Number 7-8 (18 August 2017)

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  • University of Hannover, Institute of Material Science, Germany
  • University of Hannover, Institute of Material Science, Germany
  • University of Hannover, Institute of Material Science, Germany
  • University of Hannover, Institute of Material Science, Germany
  • Hannover Medical School, Germany
  • Hannover Medical School, Germany
  • University of Veterinary, Medicine Hannover, Germany
  • DMG Vertriebs und Service GmbH, Germany
  • Orthopaedic hospital Annastift, Germany

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Strojniški vestnik - Journal of Mechanical Engineering 52(2006)7-8, 451-457

Water-jet technology is known in industry as a cold-cutting process because no significant thermal effects are observed at the cutting edges of, e.g., metallic workpieces. Thus, water jets are mostly used for applications where no structural changes are allowed. For medical applications the critical temperature is much lower than for industrial use, because bones react very sensitively to heat. The damage to the tissue depends on the temperature and the time of exposure. The tissue is irreversibly destroyed after a period of approximately 10 seconds at 57°C. To avoid this effect, which causes the so-called necrosis formation, and which results in poor bone healing, heat management is required for water-jet osteotomies. The first step is made in this paper. The heat generation during abrasive water-jet osteotomies was measured by thermocouples that were inserted into the cortical hollow bone segments of cattle. The influence of parameters like pressure, traverse rate, abrasive flow rate and abrasive material are shown in this paper together with the influence of the location of thermocouples, which represents an increment of the bone tissue.

medicine; osteotomy; abrasive water jet; temperature measuremen; thermocouples;