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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Fact.MR's recent study envisions the titanium alloy market to exhibit impressive growth rate during the forecast period.
[USPRwire, Tue May 07 2019] The titanium alloy market is envisioned to observe substantial rise in the forecast period 2018 to 2027, according to a new Fact.MR study.
The literature survey reveals that the machining of titanium alloy has not been attempted by many researchers.
Hamburg-based manufacturing partner, Laser Zentrum Nord, handled the actual printing, creating the calliper using four 400-watt lasers to help fuse layers of titanium alloy powder.
Tang, "Phase precipitation behavior during isothermal deformation in [beta]-quenched near beta titanium alloy Ti-7333," Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol.
Two main groups, noncoated titanium alloy and nanoporous titanium dioxide surfaces (Ti[O.sub.2]) obtained by the HT coating method as described earlier, were used as substrates [34, 35].
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: ATI), a global leader in the production of technically advanced specialty materials and components, has fored a joint venture (JV) with GE Aviation for the development of a new meltless titanium alloy powder manufacturing technology, the company said.
Amidst of the recent concerns on depletion of natural resources, a new heat resistant titanium alloy has been developed using the minimum amount of rare metals.
The suspension system is made from a type of titanium alloy often used in bendable spectacles and enables the suspension to "bounce back" into shape after an impact.
Reform HA Coated Pedicle Screws are supplied sterile, are made from medical grade titanium or titanium alloy and feature hydroxyapatite coating.
Lutjering and Williams [1] recommended to replace details that are made of steel, which often fail due to fatigue damage, with the details made of titanium alloys, such as VT3-1 titanium alloy (Table 1).