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  • Article - 20 Jun 2001
    The automotive applications of titanium and its alloys follow logically from high strength, low density and, low modulus, and they have excellent resistance to corrosion and oxidation.
  • Article - 2 Apr 2002
    Physical properties of titanium and titanium alloys such as density strength, thermal conductivity, electrical resistivity, magnetic properties, elastic modulus, poissons ratio, tensile strength,...
  • Article - 8 Sep 2004
    The forging and forgeabilty of titanium alloys is discussed. Aspects including protective coatngs, forging temperature, strain rates, contamination and straightening of forgings are covered.
  • Article - 28 Feb 2015
    Plotting of three Euler angles using an RGB color scheme is the best way of generating an orientation map, which is normally referred to as a Euler map.
  • Article - 31 Jul 2012
    Brass is a copper-zinc alloy, which is ductile and easy to shape. The amount of zinc in the brass alloy can be varied from 5 to 45% to form different alloys with unique properties.
  • News - 5 Apr 2016
    Stronger than any commercial titanium alloy currently on the market, an improved titanium alloy gets it strength from the innovative way atoms are arranged to form a special nanostructure. Researchers...
  • Article - 20 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys are divided into three types, namely, alpha-phase, beta-phase, and alpha-beta-phase. Alpha-phase titanium alloys are known to be stronger and less ductile. Beta-phase titanium alloys...
  • Article - 1 Jul 2002
    Titanium alloys can be joined by fusion, resistance, flash-butt, explosion, friction, plasma, TIG, MIG and electron beam welding. There is particular emphasis on TIG, electron beam, plasma, resistance...
  • Article - 30 Jul 2012
    Brasses or copper zinc alloys have excellent corrosion resistance and strength. Brasses are easily cold worked and contain good ductility and strength. Copper zinc alloys with about 35% of zinc are...
  • News - 12 Jun 2002
    Kobe Steel has entered into an agreement for Titanium Metals Corporation (Timet) to manufacture and market Kobe Steel’s Ti-9 alpha-beta titanium alloy under licence. Under the agreement, Timet...