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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006A Compact Fretting Device for Testing of Biomaterials by Means of Thin Layer ActivationSCHAAFF Petra; HORSTMANN WIJBE; DALMIGLIO M.; HOLZWARTH UWEArticles in Journals
2008The Effect of Surface Treatments on the Fretting Behaviour of Ti-6Al-4V AlloySCHAAFF Petra; HOLZWARTH UWE; CHIESA R.; RONDELLI G; DALMIGLIO M.Articles in Journals
2006Frequency Effect in Fretting Wear of Co-28Cr-6Mo Versus Ti-6Al-4V Implant AlloysSCHAAFF Petra; HOLZWARTH UWE; DALMIGLIO M.Articles in Journals
2005Investigation of Mechanically Enhanced Metal-Ion Release from Biomaterials by Means of Radiotracer TechniqueSCHAAFF PetraEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Nondestructive Detection of Fatigue Damage in Austenitic Stainless Steel by Positron AnnihilationSCHAAFF Petra; HOLZWARTH UWEArticles in Journals
2004Nondestructive Monitoring of Fatigue Damage Evolution in Austenitic Stainless Steel by Positron-Lifetime Measurements.HOLZWARTH Uwe; SCHAAFF PetraArticles in Journals
2007On the Non-destructive Detection of Fatigue Damage in Industrial Aluminium Alloys by Positron AnnihilationHOLZWARTH UWE; SCHAAFF PetraArticles in Journals
2001Positron Annihilation Studies on the Migration of Deformation Induced Vacancies in Stainless Steel AISI 316L.HOLZWARTH Uwe; BARBIERI A.; HANSEN-ILZHOEFER Sabine; SCHAAFF Petra; HAAKS MatthiasArticles in Journals
2004The Role of Fretting Damage in Total Hip Arthroplasty with Modular Design Hip Joints. Evaluation of Retrieval Studies and Experimental Simulation Methods.SCHAAFF PetraArticles in Journals
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