Since the 1980s, the application of medical titanium bar rods and titanium alloy materials has been gradually matured, from the original ti-6a1-4v alloy to the current ASTM f1713-1996 and ASTM f1813-1997 in titanium alloy implant materials. However, since the beginning of the new century, the research on the harm of ti-6a1-4v alloy to human body has become more and more thorough, and the two newly developed alloy materials have been applied more and more widely.
Most research reports indicate that ti-6a1-4v alloy can cause osteoporosis and mental disorders, which has prompted more materials scientists to start studying new titanium alloy materials that do not contain V and A1. ASTM f1713-1996 and ASTM f1813-1997 were developed in such an environment.
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