Total hip metal arthroplasty (THA) model-parameters for a group of commonly used ones is optimized and numerically studied. Based on previous ceramic THA optimization software contributions, an improved multiobjective programming method/algorithm is implemented in wear modeling for THA. This computational nonlinear multifunctional optimization is performed with a number of THA metals with different hardnesses and erosion in vitro experimental rates. The new software was created/designed with two types of Sytems, Matlab and GNU Octave. Numerical results show be improved/acceptable for in vitro simulations. These findings are verified with 2D Graphical Optimization and 3D Interior Optimization methods, giving low residual-norms. The solutions for the model match mostly the literature in vitro standards for experimental simulations. Numerical figures for multifunctional optimization give acceptable model-parameter values with low residual-norms. Useful mathematical consequences/calculations are obtained for wear predictions, model advancements and simulation methodology. The wear magnitude for in vitro determinations with these model parameter data constitutes the advance of the method. In consequence, the erosion prediction for laboratory experimental testing in THA add up to the literature an efficacious usage-improvement. Results, additionally, are extrapolated to efficient Medical Physics applications and metal-THA Bioengineering designs.
Keywords : Dual Nonlinear Optimization, Metal Artificial Implants (MAI), Hip Implants, Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA), MoM (Metal on Metal hip implant), In vivo experimental, In vitro clinical experimental, Objective Function (OF), Prosthesis Materials, Wear, Biomechanical Forces.