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Vena, Alessandro
Carey, Jason
Badawi, Hisham
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Consistency
Mechanical Properties
Arch Wires
Geometry
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Experimental characterization of arch wires has been performed in many previous studies; however with the advent of new arch wire materials being introduced, some new experimental methods and characterization are required. Since literature is available for comparison, this paper examines mechanical and physical characteristics of steel arch wires to quantify their variability in engineering terms. Furthermore, the effect of wire size on properties was evaluated using two of the most common wire sizes. Finally, manufacturing consistency was verified by testing samples from different lots.
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2007
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Vena, A., Carey, J., and Badawi, H. (2007). Clinical variability in arch wires: A preliminary study evaluating mechanical and surface characteristics of two different sized rectangular stainless steel wires. The Open Biomedical Engineering Journal, 1(0), 13-22.
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