titanium alloy

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ti·ta·ni·um al·loy

(tī-tānē-ŭm aloy)
A compound with elements other than titanium, often with aluminum to increase strength and decrease weight and with vanadium to prevent corrosion.
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Elements such as Al, Ga, and Sn, with the interstitial elements (C, O, and N) stabilize [alpha] phase, resulting in alpha titanium alloy.
Wang pointed out that the firm's titanium alloy products are mainly for downstream processing plants in China to produce fasteners, as well as high-end metals for iPhone5.
The particular differences in the behavior of each type of titanium alloy were followed.
Mechanical properties of the forgings of VT3-1 creep resisting titanium alloy Forging [[sigma].
Abstract The present article explains the efforts made in developing new protective coatings based on palladium, tantalum, and aluminum with considerably improved oxidation resistance for effective protection of titanium alloy IMI 834.
28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Titanium alloy market, in terms of tonnage, was valued at 212.
which delivers titanium powder and near-net shape titanium and titanium alloy preforms and components for the commercial aerospace, defence and biomedical industries.
Their topics include turning investigations on machining of titanium alloy Ti64 with different cutting tool inserts, the multi-objective optimization of drilling titanium alloy Ti64A4V, the laser assisted machining of titanium alloys, the influence of tool geometry and machining parameters on the surface quality and the effect of surface quality on the compressive strength of plastic reinforced with carbon fiber, and challenges in drilling multi-materials.
01 % of hafnium; antimony ingots; beryllium bars, plates and sheets, of a purity by weight of 94 % or more; and niobium (columbium) and titanium alloy bars and rods.
firm to manufacture and sell Kobe Steel's next-generation titanium alloy.
The 50 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into 8 chapters: PM titanium alloy design and processing developments; Powder Production; Effect of Impurities; Metal Injection Moulding of Titanium; Biomedical Titanium Alloys; Titanium Composites; Forging and Equal-Channel Angular Pressing of Titanium; Laser Cladding, Welding, Slip Casting and Other Processing Developments.
Sesh Tamirisa, principal engineer, research and development, will outline the use of the advanced titanium alloy Ti-6Al-2Sn-2Zr-2Mo-2Cr (Ti-62222) for commercial aerospace applications.